Control theory attribution theory and overload theory

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27. Control theory, attribution theory, and overload theory are all similar in that they are capable of explaining reactions to: a. deindividuation d. crowding b. personal space violation e. group space violation c. territorial invasion 28. Which one is NOT one of the factors identified by Clark and other researchers as necessary ingredients for conflict-reducing contact situations? 29. Which statement is true? 30. Equilibrium theory argues that group members control the intimacy of the situation by monitoring interpersonal distance, body orientation, and:
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_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______ Answer Section 1. ANS: E REF: Ch.13, p.390 2. ANS: E REF: Ch.14, p.426 3. ANS: D REF: Ch.13, p.383 4. ANS: C REF: Ch.13, pp.383-384 5. ANS: E REF: Ch.14, p.430 6. ANS: D REF: Ch.13, p.388 7. ANS: E REF: Ch.13, p.382 8. ANS: E REF: Ch.15, p.458 9. ANS: B REF: Ch.15, p.450 10. ANS: B REF: Ch.15, pp.466-469 11. ANS: C REF: Ch.13, p.387 12. ANS: A REF: Ch.15, p.464 13. ANS: A REF: Ch.14, p.417 14. ANS: C REF: Ch.15, p.455 15. ANS: A REF: Ch.14, p.426 16. ANS: D REF: Ch.14, p.430 17. ANS: E REF: Ch.15, pp.457-459 18. ANS: B REF: Ch.15, pp.454-455 19. ANS: D REF: Ch.13, pp.391-392 20. ANS: C REF: Ch.14, p.414 21. ANS: A REF: Ch.14, p.428 22. ANS: D REF: Ch.13, p.394 23. ANS: E REF: Ch.13, p.395 24. ANS: B REF: Ch.14, p.413 25. ANS: A REF: Ch.14, p.433 26. ANS: E REF: Ch.15, p.451 27. ANS: A REF: Ch.15, pp.457-459 28. ANS: C REF: Ch.14, p.432 29. ANS: B REF: Ch.13, pp.385-387 30. ANS: E REF: Ch.15, p.455
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