11-2 - Huesmann (1986) tv violence and violent crime...

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Extra credit 7 points under assessments has to be done by friday Social learning theory culture is transmitted via social learning imitation, informational social influence, normative social influence, conformity, etc. agression learned by watching others aggress one of the major ways we learn over time is through imitating those around us and conform know the difference between normative and _________ Observational Learning observe others to learn general modes of styles of behavior you don't have to have a personal experience, but rather can just witness something aka Vicarious Learning interesting research topic are the problem children typically the first child, middle child, or youngest child Media Voilence
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Unformatted text preview: Huesmann (1986) tv violence and violent crime (longitudinal study) the more violence watched at age 8, the more likely to commit violent crime at age 30 Liebert & Baron (1972) IV: children watched violent police drama or exciting, non-violent sporting event DV: subsequent behavior descriptive studies experimental studies different dependent measures : hitting, kicking, blowhorn statistical effect is the same as smoking and lung cancer the relationship is the same as the relationship between media violence and violence Bushman and Anderson general aggression model aggression a function of activation and application of aggression-related schema...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course PYSC 315 taught by Professor Kim,a. during the Fall '10 term at Texas A&M.

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