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social psychology

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Transcript of social psychology

CONFORMITY
DRAW MY LIFE!!!
how did it even start?
CONCLUSION
ACTivity
{Typical project work problem}

1.Each group are given
5min to plan a 2-3 min skit.



Where does the smoke come from?
A change in one's behavior or belief to match the group standards.

might be a result of real or imagined group pressure
WHY?
causes
CONFORMITY...
Informational
influence
Groups create barriers
what are you afraid of?
Risk of disapproval from other group members.
By deviating too far, individuals risk rejection.
Fear of disrupting the group's operations.
The apathy becomes self-fulfilling.
similarity?
Smoking
Drinking
CAUSES

STORY TIME!!!
EFFECTS

health problems
negative externalizes

social pressures
low self-esteem
10 SIMPLE STEPS...
ARE YOU READY?
Stop caring what people think.
State it
Lose the drama
question yourself
Do what you want to do,
when you want
Be aware that other people have different ideas
Know your boundaries
Experiment
Try a contrary approach
Be natural, not contrived
THANK YOU!!!
Behavior of others
original judgement
Other's perspective is taken as an important information source.
1.The role of conformity to smoking and drinking behavior.

2.How can you react under peer pressure?

[OBJECTIVE]
McLeod, S. A. (2007). What is Conformity? - Simply Psychology.
http://www.simplypsychology.org/conformity.html

Philip Zimbardo and Cindy X. Wang (2006-2013), Why We Conform: The Power of Groups
http://www.lucifereffect.com/guide_conform.htm

Shirley S. Wang (2013) Peer Pressure for Teens Paves the Path to Adulthood- The wall street Journal
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324520904578551462766909232.html

Li Guigui (n.d.). 58% of Liver Cancer was caused by alcohol consumption. Healthy Times [China].

credits
is an adverse effect imposed on the third parties from the production and
consumption
of a good.
Castaneda R, Sussman N, Westreich L, Levy R, O'Malley M. (1996)
A review of the effects of moderate alcohol intake on the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders.
J Clin Psychiatry 1996;57(5):207–212.

Baan R, Straif K, Grosse Y, Secretan B, et al. on behalf of the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer Monograph Working Group(2007). Carcinogenicity of alcoholic beverages.
Lancet Oncol. 2007;8:292–293.

Lewis, Melissa A., Hove, M. Christina,Whiteside, Ursula,Lee, Christine M.,Kirkeby, Benjamin S., Oster-Aaland,Laura, Neighbors, Clayton, Larimer, Mary E.,(2008) Fitting In and Feeling Fine: Conformity and Coping Motives as Mediators of the Relationship Between Social Anxiety and Problematic Drinking
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Vol 22(1), Mar, 2008. pp. 58-67
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Merrill, Jennifer E., Read, Jennifer P.,(2010) Motivational pathways to unique types of alcohol consequences
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, Vol 24(4), Dec, 2010. pp. 705-711
Retrieved from: http://web.ebscohost.com.libwww3.np.edu.sg/ehost/detail?vid=5&sid=48af818e-f006-42a0-8bb7-3fff9050e272%40sessionmgr11&hid=19&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZSZzY29wZT1zaXRl#db=pdh&AN=2010-18187-001
In the college environment, excessive consumption of alcohol may be considered as normal behavior among their social groups. It is also found that college students perceive other students to consume heavier amounts of alcohol then they do. (Borsari & Carey, 2001).
In gathering, drinking games have always been a popular choice among college students and adults. For instance, drinking games are often aimed at identifying how fast one can consume alcohol, the amount of alcohol one can consume, and one’s tolerance level (Lenle & Mishkind, 1989)
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