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Pluralistic ignorance

In the process of examining the reactions of other people to resolve our uncertainty, however, we are likely to overlook a subtle but important fact. Those people are probably examining the social evidence, too.

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This makes perfect sense!

“Every present occasion will catch the senses of the vain man; and with that bridle and saddle you may ride him.” —Philip Sidney

Often persuasion and influence is a contextual endeavor. 568 more words

Psychology And Sociology

Hello and welcome to PR parley

My name is Emily Dickson and you will be hearing a lot from me over the next few months. The central theme of this blog is public relations (PR). 435 more words

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Social proof

The principle of social proof states that one means we use to determine what is correct is to find out what other people think is correct.

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You deserve the best!

Self-Help Tape Voice: “You are a skilled metal worker.”
Khalil: “I am a skilled metal worker? Oh, I did not know that!”—Veggietales

You are an intelligent reader! 353 more words

Psychology And Sociology