Internalisation, Compliance & Identification

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What does internalisation mean?
Accepting the majority's view as your own
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What is compliance?
Going along with things even if you disagree with them
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What is identification?
Doing what is expected of you to fulfil a role
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When you look to others to see how you should behave what is this an example of?
Informational Social Influence
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When you behave a certain way because you don't want to be excluded, what is this an example of?
Normative Social Influence
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What do you imitate when you identify with someone?
A role model
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What did Sherif (1935) investigate?
The effects of informational social influence
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What did Asch (1951) look at?
The effects of normative social influence
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What is compliance?

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When you behave a certain way because you don't want to be excluded, what is this an example of?

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