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My Homepage & WebCT. All Slides Shown in Class Course Packet Course related readings and activities (for fun) Syllabus http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/faculty/madon/homepage.htm. Social Influence & Conformity.

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my homepage webct
My Homepage & WebCT
  • All Slides Shown in Class
  • Course Packet
  • Course related readings and activities (for fun)
  • Syllabus
  • http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/faculty/madon/homepage.htm
social influence conformity
Social Influence & Conformity
  • Social Influence: Use of social power to change the behavior or attitudes of others in a particular direction

Conformity: Change in behavior or attitude as a result of real or imagined social influence

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3 types of conformity
3 Types of Conformity
  • 1. Acceptance:
    • publicly conform
    • privately agree
  • 2. Compliance:
    • publicly conform
    • privately disagree
  • 3. Obedience:
    • conform to command
norms
Norms
  • Rules for accepted or expected behavior.
autokinetic effect study
Autokinetic Effect Study
  • Estimate how far point of light moved in dark room
  • After many trials, individual’s estimates converged
  • Repeated procedure in a group situation

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the autokinetic effect study
The Autokinetic Effect Study
  • Retained group norm when tested alone later

Acceptance. Publicly conformed and privately agreed

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Autokinetic Effect Study

Informational social influence:

Used others’ estimates

to guide own estimates

the line study
The Line Study

A control group (who did study alone) almost always gave correct answer.

Compliance. Publicly conformed but privately disagreed

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The Line Study

Normative social influence:

Conformed to be

accepted by group

the johnny rocco case
The Johnny Rocco Case

Mode

Deviate

Slider

Most common

viewpoint

Most deviant

viewpoint

Most deviant

then most

common

viewpoint

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The Johnny Rocco Case
  • Participants rated who they most wanted to leave the group

Mode Slider Deviate

4.47 4.76 6.11

Wanted Deviate

to go the most

Not Significantly

Different

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milgram quote
Milgram Quote
  • “The social psychology of this century reveals a major lesson:
  • Often it is not so much the kind of person a man is as the kind of situation in which he finds himself that determines how he will act”