psy MB Conformity reflection; please do each part in a different document or I will consider it as a missing part part one GOAL To evaluate how conformity is used in the real world and apply the concepts of conformity in your own life. INSTRUCTIONS In your own words, please discuss the difference between informational and normative conformity. Then, provide an example of both in your own life. Was Asch’s study looking at normative influence or informational or both? Provide at least 2 findings presented in the video to support your argument, In the video on group size and imitation, what happens to the number of people who conform (stop) as the group size increases? How does this relate to the principles of conformity? Use at least one key term from your textbook. Imagine you were serving on a jury trial in which you found yourself the only person who believed that the defendant was innocent. What strategies might you use to convince the majority? part two Personality testing reflection GOAL: To evaluate different personality tests using the concepts covered in this module. INSTRUCTIONS: Define personality in your own words (do not use the book definition). Provide an example of a cardinal trait, central trait, and secondary trait you would use to describe your own personality. Now, take this Big FiveLinks to an external site. Personality Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself? Now take the Classical EnneagramLinks to an external site. Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself? Compare and contrast your personality profiles on the Big Five and the Enneagram Test. Discuss the role that culture plays in your own personality.

please do each part in a different document or I will consider it as a missing part

part one

GOAL
To evaluate how conformity is used in the real world and apply the concepts of conformity in your own life.

INSTRUCTIONS
In your own words, please discuss the difference between informational and normative conformity. Then, provide an example of both in your own life.
Was Asch’s study looking at normative influence or informational or both? Provide at least 2 findings presented in the video to support your argument,
In the video on group size and imitation, what happens to the number of people who conform (stop) as the group size increases? How does this relate to the principles of conformity? Use at least one key term from your textbook.
Imagine you were serving on a jury trial in which you found yourself the only person who believed that the defendant was innocent. What strategies might you use to convince the majority?
part two

Personality testing reflection
GOAL:
To evaluate different personality tests using the concepts covered in this module.

INSTRUCTIONS:
Define personality in your own words

please do each part in a different document or I will consider it as a missing part

part one

GOAL
To evaluate how conformity is used in the real world and apply the concepts of conformity in your own life.

INSTRUCTIONS
In your own words, please discuss the difference between informational and normative conformity. Then, provide an example of both in your own life.
Was Asch’s study looking at normative influence or informational or both? Provide at least 2 findings presented in the video to support your argument,
In the video on group size and imitation, what happens to the number of people who conform (stop) as the group size increases? How does this relate to the principles of conformity? Use at least one key term from your textbook.
Imagine you were serving on a jury trial in which you found yourself the only person who believed that the defendant was innocent. What strategies might you use to convince the majority?
part two

Personality testing reflection
GOAL:
To evaluate different personality tests using the concepts covered in this module.

INSTRUCTIONS:
Define personality in your own words (do not use the book definition).
Provide an example of a cardinal trait, central trait, and secondary trait you would use to describe your own personality.
Now, take this Big FiveLinks to an external site. Personality Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself?
Now take the Classical EnneagramLinks to an external site. Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself?
Compare and contrast your personality profiles on the Big Five and the Enneagram Test.
Discuss the role that culture plays in your own personality.(do not use the book definition).
Provide an example of a cardinal trait, central trait, and secondary trait you would use to describe your own personality.
Now, take this Big FiveLinks to an external site. Personality Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself?
Now take the Classical EnneagramLinks to an external site. Test. Discuss your personality profile. What do you think about your results? Are they in line with how you would describe yourself?
Compare and contrast your personality profiles on the Big Five and the Enneagram Test.
Discuss the role that culture plays in your own personality.

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