y1: psychology: social

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Decks in this class (26)

Obedience: Introduction (Incl. Social Approach)
What is the definition of psychology,
What is social psychology,
Give a summary of 3 features of t...
13  cards
Obedience: Milgram's Original Experiment (1963)
What were the aims of milgrams study,
Who were used in the sample,
Describe the sampling method
13  cards
Obedience: Milgram's Variations
How does the aim differ from the ...,
What was the sample of the ordina...,
Briefly describe the procedure of...
17  cards
Obedience: Situational Factors
Define gradual commitment,
Using a study give an example of ...,
What is the name given to the fir...
18  cards
Obedience: Agency Theory (Situational)
Define the autonomous state,
Define the agentic state,
Define the agentic shift
12  cards
Obedience: Social Impact Theory (Situational)
Define sources,
Define targets,
What three factors impact the inf...
10  cards
Obedience: Authoritarian (Dispositional)
Who proposed this theory using re...,
What sample did adorno use in his...,
List the 3 research methods used
17  cards
Obedience: Locus of Control (Dispositional)
Define internal locus of control,
Give an example of a what someone...,
Define external locus of control
12  cards
Obedience: Gender
List 2 pieces of research that re...,
Explain the research findings of ...,
Explain the research findings of ...
10  cards
Obedience: Culture
Define culture,
Define individualist cultures,
What does being an individualisti...
14  cards
Obedience: Practical
Describe the background of this p...,
What was the aim of our practical,
State the fully operationalised a...
20  cards
Prejudice: Introduction
Define prejudice,
Define stereotyping,
Describe the affective element
11  cards
Prejudice: Classic Study (Sherif 1954)
What was the aim of sherifs study,
Who were used in the sample,
What participant design was used
17  cards
Prejudice: Realistic Conflict Theory (Situational)
What does the theory suggest brin...,
Give 3 examples of scarce resources,
Define zero sums fate
14  cards
Prejudice: Social Identity Theory (Situational)
What does this theory suggest bri...,
Define social identity,
Give 3 examples of social groups
17  cards
Prejudice: Contemporary Study (Reicher & Haslam 2006)
What were the aims of this study,
Who were used in the sample,
Describe the sampling method
15  cards
Prejudice: Contact Hypothesis (Situational)
Who proposed this theory as a sol...,
What does this theory suggest bri...,
What does this theory suggest is ...
6  cards
Prejudice: Authoritarian (Dispositional)
How can the authoritarian persona...,
How does the childhood of those w...,
Using the acronym each evaluate 2...
6  cards
Prejudice: Social Dominance Orientation (Dispositional)
Define social dominance orientation,
What does someone with a high sdo...,
What 5 factors affect the develop...
13  cards
Prejudice: Culture
Define culture,
Define social norms,
Give 2 pieces of evidence to supp...
12  cards
Prejudice: Key Question
What is the key question,
What is genocide,
Give 4 examples of what genocide ...
19  cards
Methodology: Interviews
What is an interview,
What is a key difference between ...,
What are the two types of questio...
23  cards
Methodology: Questionnaires
What is a questionnaire,
What is a key difference between ...,
What 6 factors should be consider...
15  cards
Methodology: Quantitative and Qualitative Data
Define quantitative data,
Give an example of quantitative data,
Give an example of quantitative d...
24  cards
Methodology: Thematic Analysis
What is thematic analysis,
Why should thematic analysis be used,
Define data corpus
14  cards
Methodology: Sampling
What is sampling,
Define a sample,
Define a representative sample
25  cards

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