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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 4110
Professor
Rebecca Jubis
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 10: Chapter 16: Social Behaviour A) Social Cognition: • The study of the way we perceive and evaluate others 4 B) Social Influence:  • The study of ways in which we influence each others behaviours and  decisions.   Milgram (~1963) – Social Psychologist 1. Remote Condition (Banging on the walls) a. 65% of the subject were fully obedient 2. Voice Feedback Condition (Scream when shock delivered) a. 62.5% of the subject were fully obedient 3. Proximity (Learner + Teacher side by side, learner screams) a. 40% 4. Touch Proximity (Place the learners arm on electric grid) a. 30% 5. No Contact (No meeting, hearing) a. 100% Experimenter Proximity • The experimenter would hover over the teacher, telling the teacher  precisely what to do • 22% Defying the Experiment • Co­teacher defied the extreme volts, one person standing up to the  experimenter causes the teacher to be obedient • 10% Factors Influencing on our willingness to obey 1. Social Norms  2. Surveillance – more likely to obey 3. Buffers – the fewer the buffers, (the more direct the experience) between the  teacher and learner, the less likely the obedience 4. Responsibility – If subject not liable to consequences, they will be more likely to  obey (93% were fully obedient) 5. Ideological Justification – ideology (importance of science); experimenter was a  legit
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