5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fundamental Attribution Error
- Dispositional factors
- a personal (internal) factors
- b The observer must be able to remember the behaviour that has been observed from the model.
- c Opportunities seem more valuable to people when they are less readily available.
- d Ties between individuals are loose, everyone is expected to look after his/her family
- e When people overestimate the role of dispositional factors in an individual's behaviour and underestimate the situational factors.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the variable that causes change in the other variables
- the results can be replicated
- 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)
- A researcher observes the behavior of an individual or group of individuals. Case studies are often focused on a limited aspect of behavior
- A compliance technique in which a request is made which will surely be turned down, and then is followed by a request that will ask less of someone.
Study: Cialdini et al (1975)
5 True/False questions
Gate Keepers → Teachers, Parents, Religious leaders, peers. (People through whom norms are learned)
Ecological Validity → When one looks at two different cultures, it should not be assumed that two members from two different cultures must be different from one another, or that a single member of a culture will always demonstrate the dimensions which are the norm of that culture.
social proof → Norms and values that define a society or social group.
confounding variables → undesirable variables that influence the relationship between the independent and dependent variables
Monochronic culture → The observer has to be able to replicate.