Social influence names of researchers

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1. Types of conformity: Kelman

2. Explanation of conformity- Deutsch and Gerard

3. A03: Lucas et al- mathematics FOR ISI

4. A03: McGhee and teevan for NSI nAfilliators- need for affiliation more likely to conform

5. Asch research stats: 123 American male undergraduates- 36.8% conformity each time, 25% did not, 75% did at least once

6. A03: child of its time- Perrin and spencer repeated asch’s original study 1/396

7. Variations of asch’s study- group size when was at least 3 was at 31.8, unanimity- when group was not unanimous conformity dropped, task difficulty increased, conformity increased.

8. Neto et al- gender bias asch

9. Bond and smith cultural bias in asch’s study

10. Zimbardo- a03 was Fromm and it is disposional factors

11. Zimbardo A03: high controlled, ethical issues and gender bias

12. Milgrim- 40 male undergrads

13. Findings of milgrim- 100% reached 300 volts, 12.5% stopped at 300 volts 65% continued to 450 volts

14. Milgrim situational variables- uniform reduced to 20% when not wearing lab coat, location when moved to run down office obedience reduced to 47.5%, when authority figure moved (proximity) to another room and gave instructions via phone -20.5%

15. Agentic state- binding factors are factors in a situation that will minimize the effect of their behaviour

16. Research supporting agentic state is blass and Schmitt showing students videos of milgrims study

17. Holfling et als study does not support agentic state- limited, does not have the same symptoms of anxiety as shown as milgrims study

18. Authoritarian personality

19. A03: milgrim and elms gathered people that were fully obedient and made them take the f-scale, correlation between obedience and authoritarian personality

20. A03:Greenstein methodological issues

21. Locus of control a03- holland et al 23% externals and 37% internals

22. Social support evaluation- Allen and Levine conducted an asch like study and found lower levels of obedience with a dissenter even with thick glasses

23. Social support obedience- gamson et al suggests that obedience levels decrease in groups - 29/33 disobeyed

24. Resistance to social influence

25. Social-psychological factors for obedience

26. Minority influence evaluation

27. Legitamacy of authority- strength explains my Ali massacre

28. Research support for internalisation

29. Artificial task

30. Wood et al conducted meta analysis on 100 studies that involved minority influence and found cosnistency in minorities are more likely to be effective

31. Social change :

32. 1. DRAW ATTENTION 2. CONSISTECY 3. AUGUMENTATION PRINCIPLE 4.DEEPER PROCESSING 5.SNOWBALL EFFECT 6.SOCIO CRYPTO AMNESIA

33. Nolan et al- normative influence, only indirectly effective nemeth, barriers to social changes bashir et al

34. Orne and holland- and Sheridan and king-54% males and 100% females, 2. Hofling et al 21/22, je jar de la mort 80% and ethical issues