Question 14Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionConversion to a cult often includes Answerintense displays of affection and understanding. isolation from non-cult members. drills, disciplines, and rituals. all of these Add Question Here Question 15Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestion"Love bombing" is a technique often found in Add Question Here Question 16Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionCult conversions often begin with intense displays of affection and understanding, which is termed Add Question Here Question 17Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDuring cult conversion, recruits are first asked to make small commitments, such as staying after a meeting. After making these small commitments, larger commitments are gradually encouraged, such as staying an extra day, calling in sick to work, and
eventually signing over a bank account or property. This cult conversion technique illustrates the Add Question Here Question 18Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionIn Todd's conversion to a cult, he went through all-night meditation session in which the group continually chanted praises to the leader of the cult. These rituals do all of the following EXCEPT Answerwear down physical and emotional resistance. instill discipline and discourage critical thinking. generate feelings of commitment to this new "religion." help to sort and clarify ideas regarding this new "religion." Add Question Here Question 19Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionA critical aspect in conversion to cult membership is Add Question Here Question 20Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove QuestionThe final step in the conversion to a cult that creates a powerful cognitive dissonance effect involves Add Question Here
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