Types of confomity

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Conformity
The tendency to change our perceptions, opinions, or behavior in ways that are consistent with group norms.
Informational Influence
Influence that produces conformity when a person believes others are correct in their judgements
Normative Influence
Influence that produces conformity when a person fears the negative social consequences of appearing deviant
Internalisation
The change of beliefs that occurs when a person privately accepts the position taken by others
Compliance
A superficial change in overt behavior without a corresponding change of opinion that is produced by real or imagined group pressure.
Minority Influence
The process by which dissenters produce change within a group
Obedience
Behavior change produced by the commands of authority