Berkowitz and Geen- film violence and cue properties available

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Berkowitz and Geen film violence and the cue properties of available targets
aim test eliciting cue hypothesis (can reaction be interpreted as aggressive/non aggressive - can they inhibit aggressive responses
sample 88 male Wisconsin uni students
method/p lab exp iv-angered/non angered confederates intro as either kirk or bob aggressive/ non film name mediated association or not
electric shocks ps told exp involved giving/receiving mild shocks and able to withdraw
task? they were given problem solving tasks
what happened in the task? evaluated by peer (confederate) feedback given to p via mild shocks to arm poorer evaluation delivering more shocks
what was the feedback method p confirmed no. of shocks received and then done a q'airre rating mood on 4 scales
after completing the q'airre what happened the p and confederate viewed film
what was the genre of film did aggressive group watch fight scene from Champion with Kirk as main character
what type of film did the non aggressive watch? track race with two men running a mile in under 4 min
what confedereate was the attention drawn to? Kirk
the roles were reveresed when confederate was sent to.. complete problem solving task where participants evaluated and gave feedback via shocks
p's were given a FINAL q'airre about.. how much he liked peer (confederate)
the p's debriefed about deception
results: mood rating 'angered' p's (7 shocks) reported feeling more angry than 'non angered'
results: Liking of peer 'Angered p expressed lower preference for peer as partner
results: name mediated association conf. with aggressive link (kirk) received sig higher shocks than bob the most aggressive response from angered condition had seen aggressive film with 'Kirk'
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