informational social influence
others opinions better
conforming because others right
conforming but not believing
normative social influence
conform to be accepted
social impact theory
conforming depends on groups importance
tolerance earned; can be used to act deviantly
perceptions of behaviors approved/disapproved
which type of norms are more powerful in producing desirable behavior
perception of how people actually behave
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