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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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.
Our collective attitude to disability changed because of those games.
That is the collective attitude at 'Kardiff', a club that refused to change its name and yet has the arrogance to accuse others of being selfish.
He said it was "lovely" to be recognised but praised colleagues for their collective attitude to teaching.
Still, the team's collective attitude in response to this latest injury malaise has been just what the doctor ordered.
However, it may serve us well to consider that our collective attitude toward falls.
Its another shortcoming is the collective attitude of the group that uses a wiki for collaboration.
And Wilson is confident a young side will have little difficulty in shrugging off last weekend's problems as he praised their collective attitude so far this season.
Their motto is "Unfinished Business" - they've got the T-shirts to prove it - and that might be why, even after a frenzied celebration following Myrmo's tag of West Albany's Taylor Burner, the collective attitude was, well, businesslike.
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