Ch16 - social psychology - Part 1 of 2 - 2010 - handouts

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1 Social Psychology (see Kalat Chapter 14) Larry W. Hawk, Ph.D. University at Buffalo, State University of New York Overview of Social Psychology From the power of personality to the power of the situation… Part 1: Interpersonal influence A. Conformity and Norms B. Compliance C. Obedience D. Applications – Prison guards / Getting Help Part 2: A. Social perception and cognition B. Attitudes and persuasion C. Interpersonal attraction Conformity • maintaining/changing behavior to match others’ or follow norms Norms • rules that (implicitly or explicitly) govern a group • Shared, enforced beliefs • Perceived norms… Social: Interpersonal Influence
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2 Conformity • Asch experiment (1951) Social: Interpersonal Influence Conformity Asch experiment Social: D. Interpersonal Influence Compliance Social: Interpersonal Influence See Book
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3 Obedience Social: Interpersonal Influence Germany ~1944; Kosovo, 1999 Obedience: Milgram (1974)
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Unformatted text preview: Social: D. Interpersonal Influence Obedience: Milgram (1974) Social: D. Interpersonal Influence 4 Obedience: Milgram (1974) Social: Interpersonal Influence ** Obedience: Milgram (1974) Ethics? Why? Would you? Social: Interpersonal Influence Application Prison Guards Iraqi Prisoner Abuse Nature? Nurture? Social? Norms, compliance, obedience Stanford Prison Experiment http://www.prisonexp.org/ ethics Implications for change / prevention? For us? Social: Interpersonal Influence 5 Application Getting Help bystander effect Kitty Genovese Angel Torres 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l jeVYz_NEQ Latane & Darley: Why? Social: Interpersonal Influence Application Altruism and Helping Using interpersonal influence for good Enhance persuasion compliance, influence the perceived norm, obedience, and more (next time) Social: Interpersonal Influence...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Larryhawk during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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