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A type of influence exerted on consumers by their reference and peer groups. Comparative influence occurs when the reference group provides the means by which consumers compare their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviour. When there is similarity between a consumer's opinions and those of the peer or reference group, the greater the comparative influence of that group. See also consumer behaviour.

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