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Defining Cognitive Dissonance
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with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst; in Cognitive Dissonance (New York, NY: Alexander Street), 2 mins
Cognitive dissonance is a negative emotional state resulting from a perceived contradiction between our beliefs and our actions. Tension arises in us when we see this conflict between belief and action as important. We seek to reduce this tension by first looking outside ourselves for an explanation in the environ...
with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst; in Cognitive Dissonance (New York, NY: Alexander Street), 2 mins
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Psychology of Prejudice
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with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 21 mins
This DVD explores the psychological processes behind prejudice, considers research regarding prejudice, examines cognitive processes underlying prejudice, and outlines social and cultural factors that lead to prejudice development. It discusses seminal research; introduces the Implicit Association Test; and covers...
with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 21 mins
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The Balance of Power
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with Betsy Sparrow; in Psychology of Power (New York, NY: Alexander Street), 7 mins
The Psychology of Power Sources of Power Restoring balance to relationships Maintaining the status quo Influence Abuses of power.
with Betsy Sparrow; in Psychology of Power (New York, NY: Alexander Street), 7 mins
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Conformity
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with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 19 mins
This program explores the psychological concept of conformity. It examines classic experiments by Sherif, Asch, Crutchfield, Bond and Smith, and Hofling. It looks at Milgram’s obedience study; outlines factors influencing obedience and conformity, including the ways in which such factors as age, self-esteem, and...
with Betsy Sparrow; produced by Robert Broadhurst (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 19 mins
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Learned Helplessness
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with Betsy Sparrow (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 16 mins
This program examines the psychological concept of learned helplessness. It explores such key experiments as Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment, Seligman and Maier’s work with dogs, Ramsey and Finkelstein’s studies of infants, and Schultz’s studies of short-term control. The DVD also provides an overvie...
with Betsy Sparrow (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 16 mins
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