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HUMAN BEHAVIORAL PREDISPOSITIONS

"Human Behavioral Predispositions"

Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, glitter and aluminum on five canvases

20" x 50"

100% original, 100% handmade

COPYRIGHT©Marta Sytniewski 2011.

 

PAINTING DESCRIPTION:

 

This painting is composed of five individual canvases. Each canvas represents a famous psychologist with his renowned research that reveals common predispositions of human behavior. Furthermore, this painting theorizes novel correlations between "Line Length Study' with "The Code of Silence" and "The BoBo Doll Study" with the making of Child Soldiers. Lastly, this painting presents an aluminum mirror-like silhouette, to encourage the viewer's perspective-taking, with helping behavior as future research directions. Specifically, I suggest that future research could take those who score highest on, for instance, line length experiments, and attempt to restructure their belief and value system toward increased helping behavior.

 

1). Philip Zimbardo with his Stanford Prison Experiment

By: Artist Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, aluminum and glitter on canvas

10" x 20"

 

2). Future Research Directions in Altruism

By: Artist Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, aluminum and glitter on canvas

10" x 20"

 

3). Albert Bandura with his Bobo Doll Study

By: Artist Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, aluminum and glitter on canvas

10" x 20"

 

4). Solomon Asch with his Line Length Study

By: Artist Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, aluminum and glitter on canvas

10" x 20"

 

5). Stanley Milgram with The Milgram Experiment on Obedience

By: Artist Marta Sytniewski

Oil, acrylic, polymer, aluminum and glitter on canvas

10" x 20"