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Computer Science Cognitive Dissonance Original Experiment Discussion

Computer Science Cognitive Dissonance Original Experiment Discussion

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PART1

  1. Watch the following video, then answer the questions below.

Questions to Answer

  1. Before we begin to answer what emotion was being mislabeled, let’s think about what would happen on the bridge on any normal day (or in a control condition). What emotion would a person normally experience when crossing over the high, rocking bridge?
    • What would be their physical experience?
    • What would be their cognitive appraisal of the experience?
  2. Great! From the video, we know that the men were more likely to call the woman back if they were crossing the “scary” bridge than if they were on the less scary bridge. Why do you think that is? Explain your answer in terms of what you understood from the misattribution of arousal.

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PART2

  1. The following clip is from one of my favorite films of all time, Hunt for the Wilderpeople.In this film, a young boy in the New Zealand foster care system, Ricky Baker, is assigned to a new home. Take a moment to see how this goes.

  1. In the discussion board, can you provide an example of prejudice, discrimination, or stereotyping? Remember, prejudice is an attitude (showing dislike/aversion), discrimination is a behavior (acting rudely/unkindly), and stereotyping is a cognition (labeling others).
  2. Based on what you know about self-fulfilling prophecy, answer the two questions below
    1. Why do you think Ricky Baker acts in an anti-social manner? In other words, why do you think he acts like a bad egg? 
    2. Do you think his foster mom (who we later learn only sees the good in Ricky) will have an impact on his future behaviors? Do you think Ricky can go from bad to good egg or will he stay a bad egg?

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PART3

Prompt

The following clip shows the research paradigm for the original experiment of cognitive dissonance. Students spent a significant amount of time turning blocks at 90 degree angles. The paradigm was purposefully tedious, pointless, and boring.After students did their tasks, the researchers asked if they would like to work for them. All the student would have to do is lie and tell the next participant that the study was fun.But here’s where the experiment began:Students were randomly assigned to lie for $1 or $20 or to a control group, who were not given this offer to work for the researcher.Students were then asked to rate the tasks in terms of its likeability, scientific value, and willingness to participate in another future experiment.Instructions

  1. Watch the video below
  2. Rank the groups in terms of who would find the experiment the most enjoyable to the least enjoyable (e.g., Control > $1 > $20)
  3. Explain your answer

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