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CHAPTER 8: GROUP PROCESSESMULTIPLE CHOICE1.Which of the following is true of groups?a.Groups differ from the sum of their parts.b.Groups make better decisions than individuals.c.People work harder in groups than they do alone.d.Discussion moderates group opinions.ANS:A
REF:Introductory SectionOBJ:1KEY:Factual2.A group is defined as
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:FactualNOT: New3.Three people in the same place at the same time, but not interacting with one another, are bestdescribed as a
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:Conceptual4.Groups differ from collectives in that
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:Conceptual5.Which of the following would most likely be described as a collective?a.Students in a small, discussion-focused seminarb.Members of a sports teamc.Passengers on a planed.A boy scout troopANS:C
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6.People join groups for all of the following reasons except to
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:Factual7.The idea that a species’ brain size is related to the social complexity of their environment is called the
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:ConceptualNOT: New8.An important part of people’s self-worth is derived from group membership, according to
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:ConceptualNOT: New9.Groups include all of the following essential components excepta.roles.b.norms.c.cohesiveness.d.status.ANS:D
REF:Fundamentals of GroupsOBJ:1KEY:Factual10.Roles are
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