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b. conformity increased at a constant rate as new members joined the group. c. people were very obedient. d. the minority influenced the majority. e. people complied but they did not conform. 23. Social power implies: a. resisting other’s influence attempts. b. inducing chang in another person. c. forces operating in opposition to one another. d. social influence e. All of the above. 24. Sherif’s study of groups watching a pinpoint of light indicated that: a. influence is a mystical process. b. norms are independendt of individual perceptions. c. norms could be created experimentally. d. group behavior can be predicted from individual behavior. e. None of the above. 25. According to Robert Michel’s iron law of oligarchy, people in power ___. a. promote the interests of others. b. are well liked by group members. c. tend to disregard majority opinion. d. take steps to stay in power. e. rely on indirect power tactics. 26. Zimbardo, drawing on his study of reactions to authority, concluded a. People have the power to resist a malevolent authority. b. In the end, roles are not as powerful as personalities. c. Social pressures are not as strong as psychological ones. d. When others harm us, we should turn the other cheek. e. A negative situation can turn a good person into a bad one. 27. A number of experts who study group development believe that : a. conflict is destructive to groups and should be avoided if possible b. conflict usually only yields positive effects
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c. conflict is a normal and necessary part of group interaction d. groups must learn to completely avoid conflict e. None of the above 28. Who defined group cohesion as “the total field of forces which act on members to remain in the group”? a. Bruce W. Tuckman b. Coach Paul (“Bear”) Bryant c. Leon Festinger and his colleagues d. Michael Hogg e. None of the above 29. For a group to have high collective efficacy: a. group members must feel they can do what it takes to succeed. b. members must be confident. c. the leader must feel that the group is capable of success. d. members must work well together. e. None of the above. 30. Pat is on my soccer team and I like him a great deal, but I really admire Jill because she epitomizes the qualit- ies I look for in a teammate. As defined by social identity theorist Michael Hogg, my feelings for Pat are ___, but my feelings for Jill are ____. a. direct; reflective b. personal attraction; social attraction c. specific liking; diffuse liking d. individual cohesion; group cohesion e. liking; cohesion 31. Alice has just been hired by the Acme Controls Company, but she hasn’t been trained. Therefore, she has little idea what her duties are. She is experiencing: a. intrarole conflict b. role drain c. interrole conflict d. differentiation conflict e. role ambiguity 32. Most roles fit into one of two broad categories: ___ roles and ___ roles. a. relationship, task b. leader, follower c. open, closed d. sex, gender e. centralized, decentralized 33. Which one is NOT a base of power identified by French and Raven? a. referent b. legitimate c. coercive d. reward e. nomative 34. Basing your conclusion on the Aronson and Mills study of severity of initiation to join a group, members of a fraternity who wish to bind new inductees to the group should:
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a. make sure the group engages in "fun" activities. b.
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