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'''Role expectations''' are the anticipated elements that social actors in a social situation expect because of the [[demand characteristics]] of a [[perceived role]]. So people might expect psychologists to be able to provide them with emotional advice at a party, by virtue of their expectation of the [[therapist role]].
 
'''Role expectations''' are the anticipated elements that social actors in a social situation expect because of the [[demand characteristics]] of a [[perceived role]]. So people might expect psychologists to be able to provide them with emotional advice at a party, by virtue of their expectation of the [[therapist role]].
   

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Role expectations are the anticipated elements that social actors in a social situation expect because of the demand characteristics of a perceived role. So people might expect psychologists to be able to provide them with emotional advice at a party, by virtue of their expectation of the therapist role.

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