Lecture 9 PSY220 Aggression & Altruism (2013) NO PICS&WHITE

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Unformatted text preview: conflict they just described Drunk Drama Queens Sober 6.5 Level of Nega<vity Intoxicated 5.75 5 4.25 3.5 Self Emo<on Partner Emo<on Reducing alcohol consump<on by 10% leads to . . . •  216 fewer murders (1% reduc<on) •  5,848 fewer rapes (6% reduc<on) •  65,921 fewer assaults (6% reduc<on) •  52,249 robberies (9% reduc<on) . . . each year! (in the U.S.) Social Exclusion “If you can’t join them, beat them.” GeKng to Know You •  Arrive to lab with 4- 5 other students •  Spend 15 minutes chamng •  Asked to write down names of two people with whom you want to work on a group task •  Experimenter collects the names Accepted vs. Rejected •  Accepted: “I have good news for you – everyone chose you as someone they’d like to work with.” •  Rejected: “I hate to tell you this, but no one chose you as someone they wanted to work with.” Results •  Later, played a computer game with someone new. •  Par<cipants who were...
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