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Social Expectancy Theory

You don't need others to have similar attitudes and values to yours to trust someone; you just need to predict their behavior.
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Zettelkasten, October 20, 2022.

Notes

  • Psychologists use the term Social Expectancy Theory to refer to the ability to predict the behavior of other members of your social group.
  • You can work effectively with people when you can predict their behavior.
  • You don't need others to have similar attitudes and values to yours to trust someone; you just need to predict their behavior.

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