Peer pressure can take many forms and can influence individuals to engage in a wide range of behaviors. Here are a few examples of peer pressure:
Conformity: Peer pressure can lead individuals to conform to certain behaviors, attitudes, or values in order to fit in with their social group. For example, a student may feel pressure to dress a certain way or participate in certain activities in order to fit in with their peers.
Risk-taking behaviors: Peer pressure can lead individuals to engage in risky behaviors, such as experimenting with drugs or alcohol, in order to fit in with their peers. Academic pressure: Students may feel pressure from their peers to achieve high grades or to pursue certain academic paths in order to fit in or be perceived as successful.