In kurt lewins formula b f pe p stands for and e

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9. In Kurt Lewin’s formula: B = f (P,E), P stands for ___ and E stands for ___. a. predisposition; expectancies b. potential; evolution c. prepotency; externalities d. person; environment e. None of the above.
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10. Dale, who is outgoing but not exceptionally bright, is best friends with Chip, who is a straight “A” student but rather shy. Their relationship supports the ___ hypothesis. 11. A researcher investigates the relationship between cohesiveness and team performance by studying the 1960 Pitt- sburgh Pirates baseball team. This method of research is most consistent with: 12. Laboratory studies of group phenomena are most often criticized for: 13. The idea of entitativity suggests a cluster of people will be referred to as a "group" if the aggregate... a. is passive rather than dynamic. b. has only one goal. c. is structured in some way. d. is perceived to be a single, unified whole. e. has very few members. 14. According to the ___ principle, we like people who provide us with the maximum number of valued rewards while exacting minimum costs.
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15. Studies of inclusion and exclusion indicate that: 16. Research suggests that when we are ___ we desire affiliation, but when we are ___ we desire privacy. 17. Studies of collectivism and individualism suggest that a. individualists describe themselves differently across different situations. b. people in individualistic cultures are more likely to use such pronouns as “We” and “Us”. c. roles and relationships were emphasized more in collectivistic cultures. d. collectivistic cultures are egalitarian whereas individualistic cultures are hierarchical. e. None of the above.
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