Sociometry is generally used to measure a group

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26. Sociometry is generally used to measure: a. group attraction structure b. both task and process performance c. attainment of group goals d. aggregated group behaviors e. leadership effectiveness 27. Which of the following statements is task-focused rather than relationship-focused?
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28. Lewin’s concept of interactionism assumes that: 29. Which of the following helps define group dynamics? 30. What word is critically important to remember when distinguishing between a group and a network? a. ties b. relations c. identity d. interaction e. boundary 31. When students first come to college, they are paired with a roommate and eventually become friends. These stu- dents then go class and make new friends that they introduce to their roommate thus expanding their friendship circle. This is an example of the ____ principle.
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32. According to social identity theory, when identification takes place: 33. Which of the following is not true? 34. Triplett’s 1898 study of competition among cyclists is significant because it: a. studied primary rather than secondary groups. b. introduced the field of study that is now known as social identity theory. c. explained how people perceive groups. d. confirmed that individuals respond differently when other people are present. e. lent strong support to the groupmind hypothesis.
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