PSYCH ; DEFINITION

SOCIAL INFLUENCE
DFGD
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- conformity ; types + exps
dfgdf
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conformity
change in person's behaviour / opinions as a result of real or imagined pressure from a group of people
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internalisation
genuinely accept group norms both privately and publicly chaning opinions and behaviour
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identification
acting the same way with a group because we value it and want to be a part but don't necessarily agree with everything it believes
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compliance
superficially and temporarily outwardly agreeing with majority view but privately disagreeing
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two-process theory
two main reasons people conform are informational social influence / normative social influence
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informational social influence
agreeing with the majority because we believe they are correct
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normative social influence
agreeing with the majority because we want to be accepted
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nAffiliators
people with greater need for affiliation or being in a relationship with others
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- conformity ; asch's research
dfgd
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unanimity
extent to which all members of the group agree
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- conformity ; zimbardo
gfdg
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social roles
parts people play as members of various social groups w/ accompanied expectations fo appropriate behaviour
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dispositional influences
personality factors
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social identity theory
actively identifying yourself as a member of a social group
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- obedience ; situational variables
dd
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internalisation

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identification

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