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What did Bandura find in 1963?

Children in the positive or no response group were more aggressive to the doll than the punished group after watching the video.

2

What did Comstock and Paik find in 1994? What makes it special?

A strong effect size for TV violence and aggressive behaviour. It affects males and females equally. A meta-analysis.

3

What did Robertson find in 2013? What makes it special?

Young adults who spent more time watching TV during childhood and adolescence were more likely to have a criminal conviction. Longitudinal across 26 years.

4

What cultures can be used as an IDA point?

Central African pygmy tribes.

5

What did Malamuth and Check find in 1981?

One third of males at a university said they would rape somebody if there was no chance of identification.

6

What did Zimbardo find in 1969?

Masked groups gave higher degrees of shocks than single identifiable groups in a Milgram-like study.

7

What did Watson find in 1973?

Of the 13/23 studies that killed, mutilated or tortured, all but one significantly changed their appearance.

8

What did Postmes and Spears find in 1998? What makes it special?

A meta-analysis of 60 studies, finding that there was insufficient evidence for the deindividuation theory.

9

What did Mann find in 1981? IDA related.

10/21 suicides he studied had 'baiting' from the public. Most occurred in darkness where identification was near impossible.

10

Children in the positive or no response group were more aggressive to the doll than the punished group after watching the video.

Bandura, 1963.

11

A strong effect size for TV violence and aggressive behaviour. It affects males and females equally. A meta-analysis.

Comstock and Paik, 1994.

12

Young adults who spent more time watching TV during childhood and adolescence were more likely to have a criminal conviction. Longitudinal across 26 years.

Robertson, 2013.

13

One third of males at a university said they would rape somebody if there was no chance of identification.

Malamuth and Check, 1981.

14

Masked groups gave higher degrees of shocks than single identifiable groups in a Milgram-like study.

Zimbardo, 1969.

15

Of the 13/23 studies that killed, mutilated or tortured, all but one significantly changed their appearance.

Watson, 1973.

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A meta-analysis of 60 studies, finding that there was insufficient evidence for the deindividuation theory.

Postmes and Spears, 1998.

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10/21 suicides he studied had 'baiting' from the public. Most occurred in darkness where identification was near impossible.

Mann, 1981.