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Q: the tendency of a tightly knit group to bring individual thinking in line with group thinking is called. (a) polarization. (b) delphi technique. (c) group shift. (d) group think. ]
A: The tendency of a tightly knit group to bring individual thinking in line with group thinking is: Group think.
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User: the tendency of a tightly knit group to bring individual thinking in line with group thinking is called. (a) polarization. (b) delphi technique. (c) group shift. (d) group think. ]

Weegy: The answer is (d) polarization. It is actually called group polarization.
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The tendency of a tightly knit group to bring individual thinking in line with group thinking is: Group think.
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dedang, please search for correct answers and provide a source - don't guess. Also, please restate the question as part of your answer. Please review the basic rules
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sorry for this. I actually follow up for this answer and put in the correct answer with the link in one of the previous conversation with this question. Thanks.
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