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Peer Pressure

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A presentation about peer pressure

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Peer Pressure

  1. 1. Peer means to you ?
  2. 2. Peer Pressure..
  3. 3. A DESIRE TO FIT IN
  4. 4. THE NEED FOR AFFILIATION
  5. 5. TO AVOID REJECTION
  6. 6. Confusion between Good & Bad
  7. 7. Harvard Research Team Automatically computer generated fake ratings Rerated the pictures after half an hour break Two important findings
  8. 8. Possibl e Effects
  9. 9. RELUCTANT TO SHOW UP
  10. 10. WITHDRAWAL FROM ACTIVITIES
  11. 11. LOW MOODS
  12. 12. MAKING COMPARISONS
  13. 13. DRAMATIC CHANGES IN STYLE
  14. 14. Types Internal/Positive Internal/Negative External/Positive External/Negative
  15. 15. Maggie is thinking about going to a party she knows alcohol will be at there. Her other friends convince Maggie it is not a good idea to go to the party, because they do not want Maggie to get into trouble.
  16. 16. External Positive
  17. 17. A group of Sally’s friends are smoking in a hidden, free from any supervision spot at a football game. No one asks Sally to smoke, but she really wants to try it to fit in with the group. What type of pressure is this?
  18. 18. Internal Negative
  19. 19. Ted is with his friends at the beach. Penny, the girl he likes pulls out a bottle of wine and passes it to Ted. Ted passes the wine to someone else without taking a sip. Penny says to Ted,
  20. 20. External Negative
  21. 21. Ryan started smoking two years ago. He heard some friends talking about going to a cessation class (learn to stop smoking). He checked it out online and signed up for the
  22. 22. Internal Positive
  23. 23. Influence
  24. 24. Behavior Constructive Destructive
  25. 25. Response to Authorities Respectful Disrespectful
  26. 26. Response towards parents and adults Obeying • Defying Defying
  27. 27. Decision Making Rational and logical Bad and poor
  28. 28. Self Development Encouraged Discouraged
  29. 29. Academics Good Progress Bad Progress
  30. 30. Response towards substances/Activities Attracts towards healthy stuff Attracts towards unhealthy stuff
  31. 31. Say NO!
  32. 32. Take actions
  33. 33. Think and analyze consequences
  34. 34. Choose friends wisely
  35. 35. SPEND QUALITY TIME
  36. 36. BECOME MORE AWARE
  37. 37. Get yourself closed to Religion and Culture
  38. 38. LEARN TO DIFFERENTIATE

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