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1

How many pairs of students were used in Ross’ study?

18

2

How many observers were used in Ross’ study?

24

3

What university were the students from in Ross’ study?

Stanford

4

How many questions were asked to each contestant in Ross’ study?

10

5

How long did contestants have to answer each question in Ross’ study?

30 seconds

6

What countries were the participants shown slides on in Kashima and Triandis’ study?

Iran, Israel and Greece

7

What country were the participants tested on in Kashima and Triandis’ study?

India

8

What scores were the success and failure groups in Kashima and Triandis’ study?

Success - 12/15
Failure - 5/15

9

How many boys were used in Tajfel’s study?

48

10

How old were the boys in Tajfel’s study?

14-15

11

How many paintings did the boys have to rate in Tajfel’s study?

12

12

How many lecture halls were observed in Cialdini’s study?

7

13

Which large football schools were involved in Cialdini’s study?

Michigan
Ohio
Etc

14

How many children were used in Boyatzis and Matillo’s study?

52

15

How many boys and girls were used in Boyatzis and Matillo’s study?

26 of each

16

What episode did the children watch in Boyatzis and Matillo’s study?

22 minute 1993 episode with 140 violent acts

17

What ratio of violent acts were seen in Boyatzis and Matillo’s study?

1:7
Control: Power rangers group

18

How many children were in the control group in Boyatzis and Matillo’s study?

27

19

What age were the children in Bandura’s study?

3-6

20

How many of each gender child were in Bandura’s study?

36

21

What was the range of answers given on how far the light moved in Sherif’s study?

20-80cm

22

How were groups manipulated in Sherif’s study?

After individual estimates were given, put in groups with two people with similar estimates with one person with a different estimate. Manipulation.

23

How many participants were used in Asch’s study?

7 male college students

24

How many confederates were placed with each participant in Asch’s study?

6

25

How many trials were there in Asch’s study? How many of the trials did the confederates unanimously give wrong answers?

18
12

26

How many participants comprised the control group in Asch’s study for comparison?

37

27

What were the results from the control group and experimental group in the study?

0.7%
37%

28

What country were the male college students from in Asch’s study?

USA

29

In Asch’s study, when there were only 2 confederates, what percentage conformed to the wrong answer?

13.8%

30

In Asch’s study, what percentage of participants conformed with the wrong answer when there were 3 confederates?

31.8%

31

How many confederates did Asch add maximum to investigate group size?

15

32

What did Lucas et al say in response to Asch increasing the difficulty level?

Self- efficacy
The more confident participants were in their abilities, the more independent they remained

33

If a naive participant had a partner and then lost them in Asch’s study how did conformity levels change?

Went from 5.5% to 28.5%

34

If participants gained a partner during the experiment in Asch’s study, how did conformity levels change?

Decreased from 28.5% to 8.7%

35

How long did the zimbardo study last?

2 weeks

36

How many participants had to leave early in Zimbardo’s study?

5

37

How many participants were in Zimbardo’s study? How many prisoners and how many guards?

21
10 prisoners
11 guards