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explain the possible consequences if the personal views of others such as medical practitioners care workers and family members are allowed to influence the choices an individual makes
Procrastinating in a medical office will greatly affect the office. Medical charts contain personal information, what medicine the person is allergic to and valuable information that the doctor needs to know about. [ [ If a medical assistant makes a big mistakes like this, then the doctor who owns the office can get into a lot of trouble. ] ]
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User: explain the possible consequences if the personal views of others such as medical practitioners care workers and family members are allowed to influence the choices an individual makes

Weegy: Procrastinating in a medical office will greatly affect the office. Medical charts contain personal information, what medicine the person is allergic to and valuable information that the doctor needs to know about. [ [ If a medical assistant makes a big mistakes like this, then the doctor who owns the office can get into a lot of trouble. ] ]
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User: explain the possible consequence if the personal views of others such as medical practitioners social care workers and family member are allowed to influence the choice an individual.

Weegy: Social influence is defined as change in an individual’s thoughts, feelings, attitudes, or behaviors that results from interaction with another individual or a group. Social influence is distinct from conformity, power, and authority. [ Conformity occurs when an individual expresses a particular opinion or behavior in order to fit in to a given situation or to meet the expectations of a given other, though he does not necessarily hold that opinion or believe that the behavior is appropriate. Power is the ability to force or coerce someone to behave in a particular way by controlling her outcomes. Authority is power that is believed to be legitimate (rather than coercive) by those who are subjected to it. Social influence, however, is the process by which individuals make real changes to their feelings and behaviors as a result of interaction with others who are perceived to be similar, desirable, or expert. People adjust their beliefs with respect to others to whom they feel similar in accordance with psychological principles such as balance. Individuals are also influenced by the majority: when a large portion of an individual’s referent social group holds a particular attitude, it is likely that the individual will adopt it as well. Additionally, individuals may change an opinion under the influence of another who is perceived to be an expert in the matter at hand. ]
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