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56.(p. 181)Which of the following illustrates the dynamics of an out-group? A.An individual does not feel a connection to the out-group and tries to distance him/herself from its members.B. An individual feels a strong connection to the out-group and sees them as role models.C. An individual is part of an out-group but he/she really wants to be part of the in-group.D. An individual is not part of the out-group but sees its members in a positive light.
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: DifficultTopic: Power in Groups and Organizations57.(p. 181)What was Solomon Asch trying to uncover in his experiments?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and Organizations58.(p. 181)Solomon Asch's experiments concluded that
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59.(p. 183)Stanley Milgram found in his experiment that people
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and Organizations60.(p. 181-183)How are Stanley Milgram's and Solomon Asch's experiments similar in their findings? A. They both found that people do not like conforming to others.B.They both found that people are prone to conforming behavior.C. They both found that people are prone to activism.D. They both found that people are susceptible to family influences.
Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and Organizations61.(p. 183)Groupthink is when
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and Organizations

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