Quiz 11/Week 13/Chapter 9 True-False Individual Quiz
An example of an affective conflict is when you refuse to work with someone because they are a
An example of a substantive conflict is when you cannot agree on a topic choice for your group
If you are experiencing a conflict with another group member it would be considered intra
If you are experiencing an issue with a person from another group talking too loud in class while
you are trying to work, then that would be considered an inter-organizational conflict.
There are never any benefits to conflict.
When certain group members are punctual with their task completion and others are not, it is a
sign of conflict known as ‘performance deficiency.’
If group members are not communicating about key deadlines for groupwork, this is seen as
simply, ‘poor communication.’
When group members are competing for resources this is considered a conflict relating to ‘group