collective attitude

collective attitude

Psychology A general term for those attitudes that develop due to social pressure, from family, peers, mentors or the media
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There has always been a collective attitude between popular bands from the North East, with numerous bands sharing members over the years, including Field Music, The Futureheads and Frankie & The Heartstrings.
You focus more on the collective attitude of the team to keep them focused on the quality of our game," Wenger told London's Evening Standard newspaper.
However, winning, especially in the manner we have in the last two matches against Hamilton and St Johnstone - with a strong collective attitude - gives us trust and confidence.
I love football, but I love football based on intelligence and the technical quality and collective attitude.
In the end, it's the ensemble's collective attitude, plus the palpable chemistry between Patti and her friends, that defines the experience, not the stock desire to be discovered.
At first the audience were quiet, reticent and shared the collective attitude of, 'Who the hell are you?
We're a small club in a small town, but we have a good collective attitude, and winning games helps get players training and generates enthusiasm through the whole club.
It is your collective attitude and behaviour in this country that makes India take pride in you.
He is good on the ball, creative and collectively as well he has a good balance between individual skill and collective attitude - that's not easy to find and there is no reason to let him go.
All of it springs from a collective attitude from Dunedin's leaders of "no-one else is going to sort our problems out, so let's collaborate, apply some clever thinking and make it happen ourselves".
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