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Lecture Notes - Social Psychology

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Lecture Notes - Social Psychology PSYCH 100

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Maddy Hodgman
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Introduction to Psychology
John Bickford

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Lecture notes from 11/20/14 - Social Psychology.
Introduction to Psychology
John Bickford
One Day of Notes
Psychology, psych, social psychology
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Date Created: 01/31/15
Thursday November 20 2014 Psychology Lecture Notes Social Psychology Comprehensive definition The effect on individual behavior thoughts and feelings of the real or implied immediate or past presence of others Simpler definition Study of how people s thoughts feelings and actions are affected by others Social influence The process by which the actions of an individual or group affect the behavior of others Conformity behavior or belief that moves toward a group consensus as a result of real or imagined group pressure Normative influence candid camera video Going along to get along Conforming to avoid the negative social consequences of appearing deviant Asch unambiguous judgment Asch procedure results around 13 of the time average participant conformed to group some subjects conformed considerably more some none Informational influence Conforming to others because we think they know more than we do Sherif group consensus Ambiguous judgment Autokinetic effect Thursday November 20 2014 Factors relating to amount of conformity Ambiguity Group size Publicness of individual s choice Group unanimity Compliance Changing behavior in response to direct social pressure Cialdini Basic principles of compliance Liking Consistency with prior commitment Reciprocity Tactics lngratiation Notsofree sampleThat s not all Foot in the door Door in the face Obedience Changing behavior in response to commands from an authority Milgram experiment Basic scenarioprocedure Results 5 percent continued to highest level


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