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Conformity

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  • Q1
    Adjusting one's behavior or thinking to coincide with a group standard.
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  • Q2
    Obedience and acceptance
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  • Q3
    A form of compliance that occurs when people follow direct commands, usually from someone in a position of authority
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  • Q4
    conformity that involves both acting and believing in accord with social pressure
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  • Q5
    Sherif's experiment showed how everyone's individual judgments quickly fused into a group norm, and the norm influenced how far the light was seen to move.
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  • Q6
    Looked at how others will agree to group norms, even when it's obviously wrong. More likely to agree with norms if it's an idea majority share.
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  • Q7
    The farther away they're or can't see them, more likely to obey orders. Easy when someone is distant and depersonalizations. Ex. Gas chamber
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  • Q8
    Authority must be physically close, as compliance increases. Title and role are legitimate.
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  • Q9
    conformity was higher when Yale funded the study.
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  • Q10
    ways in which group members influence attitudes, behaviors, and opinions of others within the group
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  • Q11
    Bx and attitudes are mutually reinforced, uses small act of evil to lead towards a larger one.
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  • Q12
    smaller groups allow for high cohesiveness; low cohesiveness groups with many members can benefit from splitting into two groups
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  • Q13
    oneness of mind; complete agreement
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  • Q14
    The more cohesiveness a group exhibits, the more power it gains over its members.
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  • Q15
    Higher status people have more impact.
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