Social Influence

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  • A type of social influence that motivates individuals to reject established majority group norms. (8, 9)
  • Opposite side of the agentic state, where individuals are seen as personally responsible for their actions. (10, 5)
  • public and private acceptance of the majority influence in order to gain group acceptance (14)
  • Publicly, but not privately , going along with majority influence in order to gain approval (10)
  • The extent to which individuals believe they can control events in their lives. (5, 2, 7)
  • The perception of assistance and solidarity available from others. (6, 7)
  • The process by which society changes beliefs, attitudes and behaviour to create new social norms. (6, 6)
  • When an individual adopts the majority's views for their own and keep them. (15)
  • Which psychologist carried out the Stanford Prison Experiment? (6, 8)
  • Who proposed the Agentic State (7)

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