Social influence

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Compliance
Publicly, not privately going along with the public to gain approval, fairly weak and temporary form of conformity
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Identification
Public and private acceptance, still temporary
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Internalisation
Privately and publicly adapt to the majority groups belief
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ISI
Informational social influence, explanation for conformity. Look for correct answers in ambiguous situations.
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A study for ISI?
Jenness(1932)- estimating how many jellybean so. There was no clear answer. Internalisation was found.
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NSI
Normative social influence, explanation for conformity. Force to be liked by a group, fear being rejected
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A study for NSI?
Asch(1995)- conform to obviously incorrect answers out of fear of being ridiculed
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Name 3 Situational variables affecting conformity
*Size of group
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Public and private acceptance, still temporary

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Identification

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Privately and publicly adapt to the majority groups belief

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Informational social influence, explanation for conformity. Look for correct answers in ambiguous situations.

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Jenness(1932)- estimating how many jellybean so. There was no clear answer. Internalisation was found.

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