Social influnce

Angelica Bautista
Mind Map by Angelica Bautista, updated more than 1 year ago
Angelica Bautista
Created by Angelica Bautista almost 4 years ago
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Mind Map on Social influnce, created by Angelica Bautista on 09/26/2016.

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Social influnce
1 Conformity
1.1 A: To see if people can be influence by other peoples opinions
1.2 M: Lines
1.3 R: Participant picked the line even though it's was the obvious wrong one
1.4 C: Participant did not want to go against group; normative social inflence
1.4.1 Affected by Normative social influence; when we want to be liked by the group and not feel left out
1.4.1.1 Affected by social influence; using the behaviour of people around us as information in ambiguous situations as we believe them to be experts
1.4.2 Affected by Anonymity
1.4.2.1 aAffected by Unanimity; when everyone agrees with each other
2 Obedience
2.1 A: To see how far people would obey and unreasonable order
2.2 M: Electric shocks
2.3 R: 100% delivered 300 volts and some even went up to 450 volts (deadly)
2.4 C: People are more likely to obey orders if from a person of authority
2.4.1 Socialisation
2.4.2 Authority
2.4.3 Prestige
2.4.4 Buffers
3 Deindividuation
3.1 A: To see if people in a big city are more antisocial than small city
3.2 M: Car placed with bonnet up, abandoned and pasers by's actions were observed
3.3 R: People in city stole parts, in 2 weeks; barely anything left. In small city; car bonnet was put down only bc rain
3.4 C: Deindividuation caused by big city = increased antisocial beahviour
3.4.1 Being part of a gang
3.4.2 Mood of the crowd
3.4.3 Being part of a gang / clearly identifiable group
4 Social Loafing
4.1 A: To see if being in a group affected how much effort will be put in a task
4.2 M: Clap and shout in group w/ headphones or alone
4.3 R: Larger group = less effort/ noise made
4.4 C: Less effort if known others are taking part. More effort if alone.
4.4.1 Size of group
4.4.2 Nature of task being performed
4.4.3 Culture; some cultures have low social loafing
5 Bystander intervention
5.1 Latane & Darley
5.1.1 A: To see if people react less in emergency if others are present
5.1.2 M: Filling in questionnaire alone/ group &smoke
5.1.3 R: When alone 75% reported smoke. When in group, only 38% reported
5.1.4 C: people around you = less likely to react in emergency
5.2 Piliavin
5.2.1 Appearance
5.2.1.1 A: If appearance influenced helping behaviour
5.2.1.2 M: Confederate collapsing in train. Appearance changed many times
5.2.1.3 R: With walking stick= helped 90% of time. Ugly facial scar= 60%. Drunk= only 20% helped
5.2.1.4 C: Appearance= affects how quickly they get help
5.3 Bateson
5.3.1 Empathy
5.3.1.1 A: If similarity with confederate= they get help or not
5.3.1.2 M: Woman getting (fake) electric shocks, made participant think whether they we similar to woman or not. Opportunity given to swap with woman
5.3.1.3 R: Similar= participants prepared to take place of woman compared to if disimilar
5.3.1.4 C: More likely to take woman's place if they feel similar to them in some way compared to someone they can't relate to = we feel empathy = distresses us
5.4 Schroeder
5.4.1 A: explore different reasons for bystander intervention
5.4.2 M: Studied findings& conclusions from other studies/ pieces of research
5.4.3 R: able to provide alternate explanations why bystanders did nothing when others present
5.4.4 C: Bystanders distressed& concerned but when other people present= believe someone else more capable than themself
5.5 Affected by diffusion of responsibility
5.6 Affected by pluralistic ignorance
5.7 Affected by cost and rewards= If cost is higher than reward= less likely to help
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