5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Social Learning Theory
- random assignment
- Social Comparison
- Naturalistic observation
- a Idea that we learn about and assess ourselves in comparison to others. This suggests that we will be happier if we have more than the person we compare ourselves to.
- b A result of direct social influence involving direct requests from one person to another.
Study: Milgrim (1974)
- c a sample in which every member of the target population has an equal chance of being selected
- d People learn new behavior through observational learning of the social factors in their environment.
Study: Bandura et al. (1961)(1965)
- e observation is a data collection method which aims to describe behavior, in a natural setting, without trying to establish a cause-and-effect relationship.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- many things happen at once. The focus is more on relationships and interactions. Interruptions are expected, there is little frustration experienced when things are postponed or late.
- Learners must want to demonstrate what they have learned.
- The person must first pay attention to the model.
- Emotional distress and pressure that may undermine performance.
- An indirect social influence in which a person adjusts one's thoughts, feelings, behaviors in agreement with someone else or with a social norm.
Study: Asch (1951)
5 True/False Questions
standardization → Opportunities seem more valuable to people when they are less readily available.
researcher bias → also known as observer bias, this is when the experimenter sees what he or she is looking for.
proxemics theory → The model must behave in a way that is consistent across situations. Factor of motivation.
Ecological Validity → whether the behaviors observed in a random sample are representative of those in a larger population
Reliability → people often feel they need to return a favour