UNC-Chapel Hill PSYC 101 - Social loafing (4 pages)

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Psyc 101 - General Psychology

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Psych 101 1st Edition Lecture 19 Outline of Last Lecture I Psychology II Attitude formation III Conformity Obedience IV Group behavior V Altruism VI What else is social psychology VII Emotions VIII Effect IX Bystander X Zimbardo XI The power of the situation XII Milgram XIII Obedience XIV Conformity XV Normative XVI Conformity XVII Behavior XVIII Social XIX Ambivalent XX Attitude XXI Positive XXII Dissonance Outline of Current Lecture I II III IV V VI VII VIII Social loafing Prevalence Etiology Prognosis Ego syntonic versus ego dystonic Lifetime Rates Gender difference Defining mental disorder Current Lecture Social loafing The tendency to exert less effort when working on a group task in which individual contributions cannot be monitored Ringelmann effect the tendency for individual members of a group to become increasingly less productive as the size of their group increases o Anonymous social loafing o Class ex pulling the rope individually and with other people o Why this happen Diffusion of responsibility Decreased evaluation apprehension When you perceived that your efforts don t matter When you don t care about the group or the task o How do you reduce social loafing Increased ability to identify specific individuals Increasing group members perceived importance Increase involvement rotate roles Set individual goals Smaller groups Collectivistic societies Prevalence Point prevalence o How common is Mental Illness over a discrete period of time o NCS R one year prevalence rates 26 Life time prevalence o How many people will be diagnosed with mental illness at some point in their life o How common is mental illness Findings from the National Comorbidity Survey 2005 Etiology o What is the cause of something Prognosis o What is the long term outcome Ego syntonic versus ego dystonic o ego dystonic more likely to seek help is when you have symptoms of mental illness but you recognize that those symptoms is not how you typically are phobia o Ego syntonic hard to get

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