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Which statement is most accurate about group behavior? A. Social loafing is a form of bystander apathy. B. Nervousness tends to impair performance in front of an audience. C. Cheering fans
at a sports event produce evaluation apprehension in the players. D. People tend to perform well-practiced skills better in front of an audience.
C. Nervousness tends to impair performance in front of an audience is most accurate about group behavior.
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User: Which statement is most accurate about group behavior? A. Social loafing is a form of bystander apathy. B. Nervousness tends to impair performance in front of an audience. C. Cheering fans at a sports event produce evaluation apprehension in the players. D. People tend to perform well-practiced skills better in front of an audience.

Weegy: C. Nervousness tends to impair performance in front of an audience is most accurate about group behavior.
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User: How do polarization and opinion shift generally work in a decision-making group? A. They depend on the predispositions of the members. B. They assume that most people are risk averse. C. They generally strengthen when they meet opposition. D. They generally lean toward a risky shift.

Weegy: How do polarization and opinion shift generally work in a decision-making group? A. [ [ they depend on the predispositions of the members Source: ] ]
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User: Which of the following maxims would apply to a person with a Type A personality? A. Forgive and forget. B. It's only a game. C. Live and let live. D. Lost time is never found again.

Weegy: "Lost time is never found again." would apply to a person with a Type A personality.
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User: The case of Norman Cousins' illness and treatment was distinctive in that it spawned a medical interest in A. the nature of psychological hardiness. B. naturopathic healing. C. the role of humor and laughter in healing. D. the type A personality.

Weegy: The case of Norman Cousins' illness and treatment was distinctive in that it spawned a medical interest in C. the role of humor and laughter in healing.
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User: Deindividuation is related to mobs in the same way that _______ is related to groups. A. persuasion B. attitude C. diffusion of responsibility D. social prejudice

Weegy: Deindividuation is related to mobs in the same way that DIFFUSION OF RESPONSIBILITY is related to groups. [ ]
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User: What were the results when male and female experimental subjects gazed steadily into each others' eyes for two minutes? A. Some subjects showed signs of restlessness or anger. B. Both subjects burst out laughing. C. Many subjects reported having passionate feelings for their gazing partner. D. Many of the subjects reported that he or she felt dominated.

Weegy: What were the results when male and female experimental subjects gazed steadily into each others' eyes for two minutes? . Many subjects reported having passionate feelings for their gazing partner.
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User: . Mary spends a lot of time with her crowd, or peer group. She uses their language and adopts the preferred clothing styles for girls in her group. For Mary, her peer group is a/an A. ethnic group. B. dyad. C. secondary. D. primary group.

Weegy: Mary spends a lot of time with her crowd, or peer group. she uses their language D. primary group.
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User: Social psychology can best be defined as the study of A. attitude perception and formation. B. society formation. C. individual responses to group expectations. D. interactions between individuals.

Weegy: Social psychology can best be defined as the study of D. interactions between individuals. ]
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