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  • 1. Teacher 1 Week Specification Content Students Should Cover: Resources Assessment Social Influence Social facilitation, dominant • Introduction to social psychology. Work sheet Social Facilitation: responses, causes of arousal: Social influence- Assessment 1 evaluation apprehension and • Understand what is meant by social some key terms & question sheet. distraction. facilitation. definitions. 1 Effects of arousal on task • Describe the effects of arousal on task Question sheet performance. performance. Social Facilitation: Assessment • Describe and evaluate theories of social facilitation: ψ Arousal Theory Study: Michaels et al. (1982) ψ Evaluation Apprehension Theory Study: Henchy & Glass (1968) ψ Distraction-conflict Theory Study: Sanders et al. (1978) Types of conformity, including • Understand what is meant by the term Video/ ICT: internalisation and compliance. conformity. 2 ψ Change in behaviour. ‘Asch's Explanations for conformity, ψ Membership and Reference groups. Conformity including informational social ψ Group Pressure. Experiment’ influence and normative social influence. • Describe and evaluate research into conformity.
  • 2. Studies: Sherif (1935); Asch (1951) • Understand why people conform. ψ Normative social influence ψ informational social influence Study: Baron, Vandello and Brunsman (1996) Factors affecting conformity, • Understand the factors affecting Question sheet Conformity: including those investigated by Asch. conformity. Assessment 2 ψ Why people conform in Asch’s Assessment 2 question sheet. 3 experiment. Conformity ψ Variations of Asch’s experiment: - Size of majority: Asch (1951). - Unanimity (Allen and Levine, 1971). - Task difficulty (Perrin and Spencer, 1981). - Self-esteem Asch (1956) - Anonymity Explanations of obedience. • Definition of obedience to authority. Video/ ICT: Obedience and Study: Milgram (1963) Defiance: 4 Situational factors: conditions ‘Milgram Assessment 3 affecting obedience to authority as • Understand how situational factors affect Experiment question sheet. investigated by Milgram. obedience to authority. Derren Brown. ψ Location. Dispositional explanation: the ψ Proximity of victim (learner). Authoritarian Personality. ψ Proximity of authority figure. ψ Social support. ψ A peer administers the shock. Question sheet Assessment 3 • Explain how situational factors influence Obedience and whether people obey. Defiance ψ Personal responsibility. ψ Perception of a legitimate authority and legitimate orders. ψ Social Norms
  • 3. • Explain how dispositional factors influence whether people obey. ψ Authoritarian personality (Adorno, 1950). ψ Crutchfield (1955) Explanations of defiance of authority • Explain why people defy authority. 5 Study: Gamson et al. (1982) ψ Social support. ψ Role models. ψ Personal experience including education. ψ Questioning motives. ψ Loss of freedom. Ethical and methodological issues in • Evaluate the methodological issues in Question sheet Ethical and 6 studying social influence. studying social influence. Assessment 4 Methodological ψ External Validity Ethical and Issues in Studying ψ Ecological Validity Methodological Social Influence: ψ Internal Validity Issues Assessment 4 question sheet. • Evaluate the ethical issues in studying social influence. ψ Use of deception ψ Respect of privacy ψ Informed consent ψ Debriefing ψ Protection from harm ψ Importance and value of the research. • Understand why ethical and methodological issues are interdependent.
  • 4. Class test using past paper • Students to complete Examination style Formal Exam Exam Paper: questions on the topic are. questions in 1 lesson. Paper Marks to be logged 7 on shared area Discussion of marking criteria and • Understand how their work was marked. Assessment File and in student’s self assessment of marked work. assessment file. • Complete their assessment file Reflection involving student identification of own strengths and weaknesses within the topic area and strategies for improvement/further study.
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