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Social Psychology Obedience Conformity Social Norms & Compliance
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Overview Obedience: Milgram Discussion Influential factors (what affected results?) Non-influential factors (what did not affect results?) Power of the Situation: Stanford Prison Study Conformity: Asch Procedures Explanations Influential factors Social Norms Definition & examples Compliance techniques
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Obedience Milgram film Thoughts? Questions?
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Influential Factors Proximity of learner Next room, can barely hear: ___% Next room, can hear: ___ % Same room, few feet away: ___ % Same room, forced learner to touch shock plate: ___ % Proximity of experimenter Same room or phoning it in ___ more likely to obey in same room condition
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Influential Factors Multiple teachers: confederates Additional teachers who obey, no significant effect One other teacher who defies, over ___% follow suit Diffusion of responsibility Confederate participant actually giving the shocks, participant doing another task Only ___ out of 40 (___%) stopped
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Non-influential Factors Personal characteristics: ____________________________________ ____________________________________
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