Dynamic social impact theory refers to Bibb Latané’s extension of Social impact theory , which assumes that influence is a function of the strength, the immediacy, and the number of sources present, and that this influence results in consolidation , clustering, correlation , and continuing diversity in groups that are spatially distributed and interacting repeatedly over time.

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