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social influence


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Any process whereby a person's attitudes (1), opinions, beliefs, or behaviour are altered or controlled by some form of social communication. It includes conformity, compliance, group polarization, minority social influence, obedience, persuasion, and the influence of social norms (1). See also law of social impact, reactance.

Subjects: Psychology.


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