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Study Guide for Lecture 5 Power and Affiliation Chapter 8: Power Motivation Chapter 7: Social Bonding: Affiliation Motivation and Intimacy Motivation What could have been functions of power motivation for our evolutionary ancestors both among the hominids and the mammals in general? (refer to lecture and not (!) to the brief section on page 321) Give a psychological definition of power. Name at least three sources of power. What is the general strategy of power exertion? Describe the study about the U.S. presidents’ power motives and their political decisions. How can the target person in a power-related interaction affect the power behavior of the power holder? Which situations lend themselves most to power-motivated behavior? Name two professions that attract individuals with high power-motives and two professions that attract individuals with low power motives. Describe how the TAT measures used to measure the power motive were first developed and what was problematic with this procedure.
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