UW-Madison PSYCH 225 - Article Review (6 pages)

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Review of the articles for the week

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University of Wisconsin, Madison
Psych 225 - Experimental Psychology

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Psych 225 Lecture 21 Outline of Last Lecture 1 Page and Moss 2 Rojhan Article 3 Social Desirability 4 Chapter 11 Outline of Current Lecture 1 Demand Characteristics a Turner and Simon 2 Kasser article 3 Ways to decrease demand characteristics 4 Nichols and Maner 5 Start of Gross Article Current Lecture Slide B Demand Characteristics Turner and Simons 1974 P s were angered hands in freezing cold water Later opportunity to retaliate via shocks Gun present for all not an IV because present for all DV shock intensity These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute study of how people react when gun s present sophistication know why guns present present evaluation told studying psychological effects high Sophistication Knowledge Evaluation app Absent Present Low High Mod High Low Low what s motivating P s if not demand characteristics trying to present themselves in the most favorable light just because I m angered doesn t mean I will react Slide Kasser et al challenge explanation of aggressive behavior in male pair bonded birds male pair bonded birds exhibit heightened testosterone and is adaptive response threat increase testosterone might increased aggression of weapons effect be accompanied by an increase in testosterone Slide Kasser male P s reported for taste sensitivity test don t eat smoke drink brush teeth for 1 hour prior whether taste sensitivity was related to attention to detail when describing objects pretest saliva samples for hormone analysis really get a baseline measure of testosterone Slide Kasser IV type of object neutral versus weapon held object wrote assembly and disassembly instructions Pretest saliva Game Mouse trap Pellet gun modeled after Desert Eagle Automatic Rate drink prepared by another P Prep drink for another P Post test saliva no change Post test increased testosterone used 3 times more hot sauce this experiment seems more free of

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