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Psychology Notes 09/26/2016

by: Makala Schnablegger

Psychology Notes 09/26/2016 PSY 1001

Makala Schnablegger

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These notes cover the rest of what is going to be on the test that the first set of notes did not go over.
Introductory Psychology
Dr. Morey Kitzman
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Psychology., SocialPsychology




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Makala Schnablegger on Monday September 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 1001 at Metropolitan State University of Denver taught by Dr. Morey Kitzman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Introductory Psychology in Psychology at Metropolitan State University of Denver.


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Date Created: 09/26/16
Psychology Notes 9/26/2016 Test Wednesday September 28, 2016/ 50 Multiple Choice Questions Social Psychology- Studies the dynamics of group and authority and how they influence individuals and society. Look up Milgram: obedience to authority and Asch: conformity on YouTube Milgram: They would call people in and ask them to help with a psychological study focusing on learning, but they were lying, the new people become the test subjects. The test consisted of two rooms, where the test subject would sit at a control panel believing they were running the test, and another person would sit in another room playing along. This other person is called a CMfederate. The test subject was told that their panel would shock the other person, and that they had to hit the button every time the other person got the question wrong. These actors would purposefully get the answers wrong and pretend to get shocked. The shocks were supposed to get worse every time they were administered, so the actor would start begging the test subject to stop. The person often times would not stop, because the authority figure told them not to. 65% went to the maximum shock level. Asch: This one was a bit simpler. He’d put up three lines A_ B- C= and one separate one - and ask which one matched it. Everyone else in the room, who was in on it, would say C, and then when he asked the Test subject, he wanted to know if they would conform to the other answers. This only happened 30% of the time. Darley & Latane: The Bystander Effect. They would see if people would help those being abused. Often times, larger groups did nothing to help. It is now illegal to perform psychological experiments without telling the participants of the full study and telling them of any danger that may come to them. Anything else on the study guide is being removed from the test because he didn’t go over any of it.


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