Conformity Questions

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A level Psychology (Social Influence) Quiz on Conformity Questions, created by Molly Walker on 12/03/2017.
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Question 1

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What is compliance?
Answer
  • A private and public change of views that is permanent.
  • A private and public change of views that is temporary.
  • A public but not private change of views.

Question 2

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What is internalisation?
Answer
  • A public but not a private change of views.
  • A private and public change of views that is temporary.
  • A private and public change of views that is permanent.

Question 3

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What is identification?
Answer
  • A private and public change of views that is temporary.
  • A private and public change of views that is permanent.
  • A public but not a private change of views.

Question 4

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What is Normative Social Influence?
Answer
  • Conforming in order to fit in and be accepted even if they personally disagree.
  • Conforming in order to be correct as they are unsure of how to behave or how to feel about an issue.

Question 5

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What is Informational Social Influence?
Answer
  • Conforming in order to fit in and be accepted even if they personally disagree.
  • Conforming in order to be correct as they are unsure of how to behave or how to feel about an issue.

Question 6

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How many people conformed at least one in Asch's (1956) study?
Answer
  • 74%
  • 26%
  • 56%
  • 65%

Question 7

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When the task difficulty of Asch's (1956) study increased what happened?
Answer
  • Conformity levels increased.
  • Conformity levels decreased.
  • Conformity levels stayed the same.

Question 8

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How many people conformed when Asch's (1956) study only had one stooge?
Answer
  • 32%
  • 9%
  • 26%
  • 3%

Question 9

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How many people conformed in Asch's (1956) study when there were three or more stooges?
Answer
  • 32%
  • 26%
  • 75%
  • 9%

Question 10

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How many people from the single group reported the smoke within 2 minutes of it appearing in Latane and Darley's (1968) study?
Answer
  • 75%
  • 81%
  • 65%
  • 90%

Question 11

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In Latane and Darley's (1968) group variation how many people reported the smoke at all?
Answer
  • Less than 14%
  • Less than 23%
  • Less than 13%
  • Less than 24%

Question 12

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After how long was Zimbardo's (1973) study stopped?
Answer
  • 6 days
  • A week
  • 8 days
  • 3 days

Question 13

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What does Zimbardo's (1973) study show?
Answer
  • People's personality causes them to conform more/less.
  • Participants readily conform to social roles.
  • Participants frequently resist conformity.
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