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Which of the following is not a reason why compliance is a much more costly mechanism for groups and societies than conformity?

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1. Which of the following is not a reason why compliance is a much more costly mechanism for groups and societies than conformity? (Points: 1);Surveillance;Enforcement;Dissatisfaction;Decreased productivity;Question 2. 2. Some factors that increase social loafing include the following: (Points: 1);group size, anonymity, unstructured environment, and high task clarity.;group size, anonymity, unstructured environment, low task clarity.;group size, anonymity, structured environment, low task clarity.;group size, anonymity, structured environment, high task clarity.;Question 3. 3. Relatively small deviations from the "average," like other forms of self-expression, assert our ______________but leave _______________to most group norms largely untouched (Points: 1);subjectivity, conformity;personality, convergence;individuality, conformity;collectivity, convergence;Question 4. 4. We can define____________as the interpersonal processes that change group members' initial thoughts, feelings, and behavior, typically in the direction of group goals. (Points: 1);group convergence;influence;conformity;cognitive divergence;Question 5. 5. Individuals with more expertise or informational power, or who occupy social roles high in legitimate power hold ___________ credibility. (Points: 1);infinite;potential for greater;greater;less;Question 6. 6. Cohesive groups can better set__________, or evaluative standards for behavior. Members of cohesive groups are more likely to behaviorally conform to rules, that is, they willingly accept influence. (Points: 1);goals;norms;objectives;cultural variables.;Question 7. 7. Which of the following is accurate with respect to groupthink? (Points: 1);Interpersonal cohesion or possibly the attractiveness of a highly prestigious group may decrease groupthink, and stressing task cohesion or group structure may also decrease it.;Interpersonal cohesion or possibly the attractiveness of a highly prestigious group may increase groupthink while stressing task cohesion or group structure may decrease it.;Interpersonal cohesion or possibly the attractiveness of a highly prestigious group may increase groupthink, and stressing task cohesion or group structure may also increase it.;Interpersonal cohesion or possibly the attractiveness of a highly prestigious group may decrease groupthink while stressing task cohesion or group structure may increase it.;Question 8. 8. ______________receive their power from social mandates, such as elected officials or the "divine right of kings". (Points: 1);Elected authorities;Legitimate authorities;Legal authorities;Social authorities;Question 9. 9. Which of the following is accurate with respect to how accountable people feel? (Points: 1);People tend to feel more responsible for outcomes when they are in a group than when they are alone.;People tend to feel less responsible for outcomes when they are alone than when they are in a group.;People tend to feel less responsible for outcomes when they are in a group than when they are alone.;People tend to feel more responsible for outcomes when they are alone than when they are in a group.;Question 10. 10. Whether our culture is collectivist or individualistic,_____________of us accept group influence, regardless of how ruggedly individualistic we may assert ourselves to be. (Points: 1);all;some;none;any

 

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