Social Influence

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To conform fueled by the desire to be liked
Normative Social Influence
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To conform because of uncertainty by observing others who we feel have more information than us.
Informative Social Influence
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When public and private behavior and beliefs are changed
Internalisation
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Sherif's study into informational social influence
The auto-kinetic effect
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When we conform to avoid standing out or looking odd
Compliance
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Conforming to a social role
Identification
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Asch's study into normative social influnce
Line study
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Variable affecting conformity
Group size
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Conformity was reduced down to 80% because of this variable
Non-conforming role model
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This variable increased informative social influence, comparison lines made similar to control line
Task difficulty
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Zimbardo's study into conformity to social roles
Stanford Prison Study
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What participants were tested for in Zimbardo's experiment
psychological stability
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How the participants were put into either the prisoner or guard group
random allocation
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To conform because of uncertainty by observing others who we feel have more information than us.

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Informative Social Influence

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When public and private behavior and beliefs are changed

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Sherif's study into informational social influence

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Card 5

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When we conform to avoid standing out or looking odd

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