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37 Cards in this Set

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Who said there are three elements of aggression?
Baron, 1977
Who said aggression could lead to frustration, and then a build up of tension, and then negative aggressive behaviour
Dollard, 1939
Who showed children a room of attractive toys?
Barker, 1941.
Who showed that you are more likely to be aggressive if you have nearly reached your goal?
Harris et al, 1974.
Who came up with the aggressive cue value?
Berkovitz, 1974.
Who did an experiment using electric shocks?
Berkovitz and Lepage, 1967.
Whose is the excitation-transfer model?
Zillman, 1979.
Who said there is high arousal after a football match?
Kerr, 1994.
Who criticised Berkovitz and Lepage’s electric shock experiment?
Ome, 1962.
Who said tht if there is no cue aggression is released in a destructive manner?
Lorenz, 1966.
Who said that modelling is a way of learning aggression?
Bandura, 1963, 1965.
Who else said participants are aware of evaluation?
Rosenburg, 1969.
Who did a lab experiment to do with the effects of TV violence?
Liebert and Baron, 1972.
Who said what attitudes are made up of?
Zanna and Rempel.
Who suggested there may be a discrepancy or a mismatch between attitudes and behaviour?
Richard La Piere, 1934.
Who asked students about honesty?
Allan Wicker, 1971
Who came up with four ways that you could get actual attitudes?
Who did an experiment to do with minimising social influences on attitudes?
Jones and Sigall, 1971
Who said three things that behaviour is the outcome of?
Fishbein and Ajzen. 1977, 1991.
Who used this to make predictions about peoples’ behaviour?
Giles and Caims.
Who said about playing your role in everyday life?
Liederman, 1956.
Who found that people adapt what they say to please the listener?
Higgins and Rholes, 1978.
Who said that is someone is persuasive you are more likely to change your mind?
Hovland, 1951.
Who said there are different routes to persuasion for all of us?
Wood, 2000.
Who said you need to choose which route you’re going to use?
Petty and Ca Cioppo, 1986.
Whose was the balance theory?
Fritz Heider, 1958.
Who said about cognitive dissonance?
Festinger, 1957.
Who said that our culture is consistent?
Cialdini, 2001.
Who said leadership is to do with traits, abilities and genetics?
Kenny and Zaccardo, 1983. Hogan et al, 1994.
Who argued about men being born leaders?
Plato, 1940s.
Who studied 30 chief exes of a TV company?
Pitrowski and Armstrong, 1989.
Who else said leadership characteristics arise in certain situations and are inconsistent?
Stogdill, 1968
Who did a study on leadership in different situations?
Lippitt and White, 1963.
Who said that there are two types of leaders?
Bales, 1950.
Who also said that leadership depended on the situation?
Fred Heider, 1967.
Who did another least preferred co-worker study that criticises it?
Brymans, 1986
Who else did a study that doesn’t support the least preferred customer test?
Singh, 1983.