Pschology Unit 2

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Normative Social Influence
normative social influence is the desire to be liked or accepted into a particular group. This can lead to compliance. An example of normative social influence would be Asch's line study.
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Informational Social influence
Informational social influence is the esire to be right. This can lead to internalisation. An example of informational social influence would be Sherif's study of the stationary light in a dark room.
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Minority influence
A form of social influence where people reject the established norm of the majority of the group an move to the minority. Moscovici- paticipants moved to minority in 8.42% of trials.
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Internalisation
when you socially change your view both publicly and privately.
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Conformity
it is a course of action that is favoured by the majority of group members and is seen as socially accpeted. this can lead to either inter
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Informational social influence is the esire to be right. This can lead to internalisation. An example of informational social influence would be Sherif's study of the stationary light in a dark room.

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Informational Social influence

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A form of social influence where people reject the established norm of the majority of the group an move to the minority. Moscovici- paticipants moved to minority in 8.42% of trials.

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when you socially change your view both publicly and privately.

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it is a course of action that is favoured by the majority of group members and is seen as socially accpeted. this can lead to either inter

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