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Social Roles: The Stanford Prison Experiment. Guard responses Justified action through need to maintain order Uniform provided power and deindividuation Prisoner responses Dehumanized Isolated Learned to be helpless Ethical concerns. The Situation Can Also Be Manipulated for Good.

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social roles the stanford prison experiment
Social Roles: The Stanford Prison Experiment
  • Guard responses
    • Justified action through need to maintain order
    • Uniform provided power and deindividuation
  • Prisoner responses
    • Dehumanized
    • Isolated
    • Learned to be helpless
  • Ethical concerns
the situation can also be manipulated for good
The Situation Can Also Be Manipulated for Good

Helping -- Personality doesn’t matter as much as situational factors

  • How the help is asked for
  • Whether the helper is in a hurry
  • The mood and previous situation of the helper
  • Characteristics of the victim
  • Whether there is room for diffusion of responsibility
culture changing our construal of self and society
Culture: Changing our Construal of Self and Society
  • Independent vs. Interdependent Views of the Self
    • Defining the self
    • Attending to actors vs. situations
    • Forming preferences for figures and pens
    • Forming social goals
  • Cultural Variation within the United States
construal and attitudes
Construal and Attitudes
  • Perceiving Social Reality
    • Hastorf & Cantril “They Saw a Game”
  • Cognitive Dissonance
    • Festinger & Carlsmith (1959)
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophesies
    • Rosenthal & Jacobson (1968)
    • Snyder (1978)
forming and overcoming prejudice
Forming and Overcoming Prejudice
  • Sherif “Robber’s Cave” Study
  • Aronson’s Jigsaw Classroom
  • More on stereotyping tomorrow . . .
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