5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- laboratory experiment
- Liking the model
- Cultural Norms
- a Warm and friendly models are more likely to be imitated.
- b A result of direct social influence involving direct requests from one person to another.
Study: Milgrim (1974)
- c a way of collecting information from a large and dispersed group of people rather than from the very small number, which van be dealt with in a case study or interviews.
- d Behaviour patterns that are typical of specific groups. They are often passed down from generation to generation through observational learning by the gatekeepers of the group.
- e an experiment that is carried out in a controlled environment
5 Multiple choice questions
- studies that aim to find a cause and effect relationship.
- A researcher observes the behavior of an individual or group of individuals. Case studies are often focused on a limited aspect of behavior
The group to which an individual belongs.
The group to which an individual does not belong.
Study: Cialdini (1976)
- focus on one thing at a time, there's a high degree of scheduling, punctuality, and meeting deadlines are highly valued.
- Looks at behaviours that are culturally specific
5 True/False questions
Informational Social Influence → Reasons why people conform. Based on the way people cognitively process information about a situation. (social comparison or cognitive dissonance)
liking → people comply with requests from people they like
Normative Social Influence → Reasons why people conform. Based on the way people cognitively process information about a situation. (social comparison or cognitive dissonance)
low balling → people comply with requests from people they like
Short term orientation → These cultures value personal steadiness and stability. There is a focus on the future instead of the past, and innovation is highly valued