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Social influence in newly formed groups : the roles of personal and social intentions, group norms, and social identity.

Christian, J. and Bagozzi, R. and Abrams, D. and Rosenthal, H. E. S. (2012) 'Social influence in newly formed groups : the roles of personal and social intentions, group norms, and social identity.', Personality and individual differences., 52 (3). pp. 255-260.

Abstract

Intentions to participate in a group activity in newly formed groups were followed over time. Two forms of intentions were examined: traditional behavioral intention to take part in a group-based act (personal intention), and social intentions to act as an agent of the group (social intention). In addition, the study explored other group process variables as distinctive predictors of ‘social identification’. The paper concludes with a discussion of the role of social intentions, linking the findings to social identification development and maintenance over time.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Identity style, Identity formation, Identity maintenance, Social intentions.
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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2011.10.004
Record Created:23 May 2012 10:50
Last Modified:15 Nov 2012 10:23

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