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Chapter 8 - Chapter 8 Student 1 Two or more people who...

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Chapter 8 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Two or more people who interact with and influence one another for longer than a few moments is what social psychologists call a A. clan. B. crowd. C. group. D. mob. 2. According to social psychologists, a group exists when two or more people interact with and influence each other, and 3. Under the definition that is in the text, which of the following is NOT a group? 4. Which one of the following is NOT an example of collective influence? 5. Which one of the following is NOT an example of social influence in interacting groups? A. group polarization B. groupthink C. minority influence D. deindividuation
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6. Shaw (1981) argued that the one thing that all groups have in common is that the members 7. On exam day, a student you do not know sits near you. This person is best described as a(n) 8. Triplett conducted one of social psychology's first laboratory experiments by asking children to wind string on a fishing reel. The results of the study indicated that there was a _______ relationship between the speed at which the children wound the reel and the presence of other children. 9. Triplett conducted one of social psychology's first laboratory experiments by asking children to wind string on a fishing reel. The results of the study indicated that there was a positive relationship between the speed at which the children wound the reel and the presence of other children. Later studies found the same pattern and dubbed it A. the groupthink effect. B. the social facilitation effect. C. social loafing. D. deindividuation. 10. The tendency for people to perform simple or well-learned tasks better when others are present is the original meaning of
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