Meeus and Raaijmaker (1986)- Interviews

jess.courtney13
Mind Map by , created over 5 years ago

The Social Approach- One of the Main Studies (Edexcel)

57
3
0
jess.courtney13
Created by jess.courtney13 over 5 years ago
Cognitive Approach
lauren105
Psychology | Unit 4 | Addiction - Explanations
showmestarlight
Psychology subject map
Jake Pickup
AS Unit 1 Physics Flashcard Deck
Callum McClintock
Rossetti Links
Mrs Peacock
Social Approach
emilyyoung212
UNIT 2: Attachment Case Studies
jessica.allam
AS Psychology: Eye Witness Testimony Revision
Asterisked
COGNITIVE CORE STUDIES-PSYCHOLOGY
addienicole16
AS Psychology Unit 1 - Memory
Asterisked
Meeus and Raaijmaker (1986)- Interviews
1 AIM
1.1 To identify whether more modern psychological administrative violence creates more/less obedience
1.2 In comparison to Milgrams study- physical harm
2 METHOD
2.1 Lab Experiment
2.2 39 participants
2.2.1 Both male and female
2.2.1.1 Aged between 18 and 55
2.3 Volunteer/self selected
2.3.1 Answered a newspaper advert and were paid
3 PROCEDURE
3.1 Particiapants were ordered to harass a an apparent 'job applicant' (CONFEDERATE)
3.2 This was to make he/she nervous whilst sitting a test
3.3 The test determined whether they would get the job
4 RESULTS
4.1 92% obeyed/disturbed/critisiced when told to do so by the researcher
4.1.1 Agentic state
4.2 4% believed that it was a hoax
4.2.1 96% believed they were dealing with a real situation
4.3 They reported that they 'intensely disliked' making the stress marks
5 CONCLUSION
5.1 The majority of the participants obey an authority figure (researcher)
5.1.1 Even though it was designed to harm another
5.2 Obedience was higher than Milgrams study
5.2.1 Easier to obey orders to use psychological violence than physical

Media attachments