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Unformatted text preview: The Robber’s Cave Experiment Muzafer Sherif (1906-1978) • 1906- Sherif born in Turkey 1927- earns B.A. American International College • 1929- earns first M.A. at the University of Instanbul • 1932- earns second M.A. at Harvard University • 1935- earns Ph.D. at Columbia University, earned the Rockerfellow Fellow Award, publishes A Study of Some Social Factors in Perception • 1936- publishes The Psychology of Social Norms • 1937- Assistant professor of psychology at the Gaza Institute in Turkey • 1939- Assistant Professor of Psychology • 1944- Spends time in Jail in Turkey for outspoken opposition to the Nazi Movement, becomes professor of Psychology • 1945- marries Carolyn Wood, becomes U.S. Department of State Fellow • 1947- becomes resident fellow in psychology at Yale, publishes The Psychology of Ego- involvements • 1948- publishes...
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- Spring '11
- Statistics, Qualitative Research, Muzafer Sherif, group identity, eagles