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Question 1 The Hawthorne Effect, as applied to group dynamics research, suggests: Answer | a. | sociometric methods should be used whenever possible | | b. | group processes cannot be understood using observational methods | | c. | research should be conducted, whenever possible, in the laboratory | | d. | people may act differently when they know they are being studied | | e. | None of the above | 1 points Question 2 In Kurt Lewin’s formula: B = f(P,E), P stands for ___ and E stands for ___. Answer | a. | prepotency; externalities | | b. | person; environment | | c. | potential; evolution | | d. | predisposition; expectancies | | e. | None of the above. | 1 points Question…show more content…
| nearly 35% of the subjects conformed and gave the wrong answer. | | b. | people complied, but they did not conform. | | c. | the minority influenced the majority. | | d. | people were obedient. | | e. | conformity increased at a constant rate as new members joined the group. | 1 points Question 17 Asch’s findings on the line comparison experiments are noteworthy in that he found that: Answer | a. | a substantial number of people conformed and gave the wrong answer | | b. | people complied, but they did not conform | | c. | the minority influenced the majority | | d. | people were very obedient | | e. | conformity increased at a constant rate as new members joined the group | 1 points Question 18 The idea "the more, the merrier," is consistent with the ___ theory of crowding. Answer | a. | overload | | b. | control | | c. | density intensity | | d. | staffing | | e. | two-factor emotion | 1 points Question 19 For a group to have high collective efficacy: Answer | a. | group members must feel they can do what it takes to succeed. | | b. | members must work well together. | | c. | the leader must feel that the group is capable of success. | | d. | members must be confident. | | e. | None of the above. | 1 points Question 20 According to the textbook, a functional
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