Obedience and Social Roles

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Obedience and Social Roles

Lecture Notes 21: includes overview of Milgram's obedience study and Standford prison experiment as well as introduces topic of aggression

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University Of Connecticut
Psyc 1103 - General Psychology II (Enhanced)

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PSYCH 1103 1st Edition Lecture 21 Outline of Last Lecture I. Social influence II. Social norms a. Definition b. Descriptive norms c. Injunctive norms d. Reciprocity e. Personal space III. Deindividuation IV. Motivation and others a. Presence of others b. Social facilitation c. Social impairment d. Social loafing V. Conformity VI. Compliance a. Definition b. Foot-in-the-door technique c. Low-ball approach d. Door-in-the-face procedure Outline of Current Lecture I. Obedience a. Definition b. Milgram’s Obedience Study c. Milgram’s results II. Factors affecting obedience a. Experimenter status b. Behavior of other people c. Personality d. Relate to real world III. Social roles a. Stanford prison experiment IV. Summary: obedience & social roles V. Aggression a. Biological factors Current Lecture

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