HSCO 511 Exam 2

HSCO 511 Exam 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to Forsyth, persistence, supplication, discussion, and instruction are all examples of
  2. Clarifying rambling or confusing comments made by a member can be done using each of the following techniques EXCEPT
  3. An essential leadership skill is monitoring nonverbal cues. Which of the following is NOTrecommended when noticing several group members nodding their heads?
  4. The implicit leadership theory argues that
  5. Which of the following is NOT recommended when drawing out a member?
  6. The cohesiveness of a team is indicated by the following, EXCEPT:
  7. Studies suggest that social loafing can be avoided if
  8. If I think a good leader should be intelligent, responsible, competitive, and well-balanced, I probably take a(n) _______ approach to leadership.
  9. From a group dynamics perspective, obedience was high in the Milgram experiment because of the
  10. The leader may use his or her eyes to do each of the following EXCEPT
  11. Which of the following should NOT be used to deepen the focus of a session?
  12. According to Jacobs et al., silence from a member may indicate all of the following EXCEPT that the member
  13. The tendency for individuals to become less productive as group size increases is known as
  14. Obedience rates in Milgram’s studies were lowest in the ______ condition.
  15. Jacobs et al. suggest using summarizing for all of the following reasons EXCEPT to
  16. Improvement in task performance that occurs when people work in the presence of others is known as social
  17. Co-leaders who differ somewhat in their approach, and who are pulling the group in opposite directions may benefit most from using which model of co-leadership?
  18. Hersey and Blanchard’s life cycle theory suggests that effective leaders emphasize
  19. In which of the following situations would it NOT be appropriate for the leader to use the technique of cutting off?
  20. Teams are
  21. The control of a charismatic leader comes from what type of power?
  22. Which is true?
  23. What is the meaning of the phrase, the “romance of teams?”
  24. A leader who says, “In a word or phrase, how are you feeling about being in this group” is initiating a _______ round.
  25. Group polarization is the
  26. The “I” in the ODDI decision process model stands for
  27. Leadership is best defined as
  28. A group member has been talking for some time. The leader asks members to pair up with a partner and discuss their thoughts and feelings about what the member has shared. In this instance, the leader
  29. Steiner found that group productivity depends mainly on
  30. Which is FALSE according to Forsyth?
  31. According to Rogelberg’s research, who is likely to most dislike meetings?
  32. All of the following are true with regard to dyads EXCEPT
  33. Teams with members who vary in ability and skill
  34. The leader should cut off a member for all of the following reasons EXCEPT if the member
  35. An inexperienced leader who lacks cutting off or drawing out skills may spend too much time __________ the focus.
  36. Which of the following is FALSE regarding dyads? The leader should
  37. Jacobs et al. do not advise shifting the focus
  38. Near the end of a session, a member wants to share something deep and personal. The leader should
  39. When setting up a round, the leader needs to do each of the following EXCEPT
  40. An inspirational approach to leading others that involves elevating followers’ motivation, confidence, and satisfaction is____________ leadership.

Set 2

  1. Which of the following should NOT be used to deepen the focus of a session?
  2. Group polarization is the
  3. Jacobs et al. do NOT advise shifting the focus
  4. According to Forsyth, leadership is best defined as
  5. When co-leaders differ in their approach and are pulling the group in opposite directions, they may benefit from using which model of co-leadership?
  6. The following are recommended ways of drawing out, EXCEPT
  7. Studies of personality and leadership suggest that leaders tend to be
  8. The leader may use his or her eyes to do each of the following EXCEPT
  9. In group counseling, to _____________ is to restate a comment made by a member, conveying that you understand the content and feeling the member is trying to express.
  10. When determining whether to hold the group’s focus on a topic, group leaders should NOT consider
  11. The “O” in the ODDI decision process model stands for
  12. According to Forsyth, obedience was high in the Milgram experiment because of the
  13. An inspirational approach to leading others that involves elevating followers’ motivation, confidence, and satisfaction is____________ leadership.
  14. According to Forsyth, teams are
  15. After a group member has been talking for some time, the leader asks members to pair up with a partner and discuss their thoughts and feelings about what the member has shared. In this instance, the leader
  16. Which of the following is NOTrecommended when several group members are nodding their heads?
  17. A leader who says, “On a scale from 1 to 10 with one being very uncomfortable and 10 being very comfortable, how are you feeling about being in this group?”is initiating a _______ round.
  18. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of groupthink?
  19. According to Jacobs et al., silence from a member may indicate all of the following EXCEPT that the member
  20. All of the following reasons to cut off a member EXCEPT if the member
  21. Which of the following is true regarding dyads? The leader should
  22. Forsyth suggests that social loafing can be avoided if
  23. Which of the following is NOT a base of power identified by French and Raven?
  24. Clarifying rambling or confusing comments made by a member can be done using each of the following techniques EXCEPT
  25. Steiner found that group productivity depends mainly on
  26. Which is true?
  27. The tendency for individuals to become less productive as group size increases is known as
  28. The cohesiveness of a team is indicated by the following, EXCEPT:
  29. Which is FALSE according to Forsyth?
  30. A charismatic leader uses what type of power?
  31. According to the implicit leadership theory
  32. The life cycle theory articulated by Hersey and Blanchard suggests that effective leaders emphasize
  33. _____________ teams set goals, strategize, identify and solve problems, coordinate, and make decisions.
  34. The phrase “romance of teams” means:
  35. When setting up a round, the leader needs to do each of the following EXCEPT
  36. In which of the following situations would it be appropriate for the leader to use the technique of cutting off?
  37. All of the following are true with regard to dyads EXCEPT
  38. Near the end of a session, a member wants to share something deep and personal. The leader should
  39. According to Forsyth, negotiation, collaboration, inspiration, and instruction are all examples of
  40. Which conceptual distinction is most relevant to understanding social facilitation?
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