What does the Equilibrium Model of Communication suggest?
The amount of Eye Contact and the Intimacy of the topic influence the amount of Personal Space required.
Gender:Women require less space than men
Status: Subordinates need More space when conversing with superiors. Friends need Less space than when talking with strangers
Culture: Contact cultures/noncontact cultures
What Hypothesis states that high density intensifies whatever is already occurring in the group situation?
In relation to SpatialInvasion, what makes people less stressed in crowd situations?
Controllability: knowing that they can control their circumstances
In regard to Seating Arrangements in group situations, what type of space promotes interaction?
In regard to Seating Arrangements in group situations, what type of space discourages interaction?
What type of therapy utilizes "role-playing" to gain insight?
By what medium does group therapy help people overcome psychological problems?
Transference of problems to other groups members
What approach to group therapy encourages teaching group members to understand the unity of their emotions and cognitions through a leader-guided exploration of their behavior in the group situation?
Gestalt group therapy
What is the structure of a T-Group?
Very little structure
use of a facilitator to catalyse discussion alone.
What type of group offers a form of sensitivity training that provides individuals with the opportunity to gain deep interpersonal intimacy with other group members?
What type of Interpersonal learning group offers a planned intervention such as a workshop, seminar, or retreat, focusing on a specific interpersona problem or skill?
Structured Learning Group
Groups that exist to provide support for people with any kind of medically related or addiction related problem would be called what?
Support Groups/Self-Help Groups
When people are with others who share similar problems or troubling events, they feel better, in terms of self-esteem and mood, than when they are with dissimilar people. What concept does this strengthen?
Universality and Hope
What type of Social learning learns by observing and imitating the actiosn of models?
What type of Social Learning learns by listening to feedback messages gathered by watching other peoples reactions?
What type of Social learning listens to provided guidance, advice, and direction?
What is it called when someone reveals personal, individual, intimate information about oneself to another?
What is release of emotional tension called?
What is the desire to something for another group member?
What is a large group of people who display similarities in actions and outlooks and tend to exist outside of traditional forms of social structures?
What is a group of individuals sharing a common focus and location
What is the difference between a Mob and a Riot?
Riots are mobs on a grand scale.
What is a Queue?
Persons waiting their turn (often in straight line).
What is a deliberate gathering of individuals to observe some event who are bound by tightly social conventions?
What is characteristic of a Panic?
What type of collective that is usually mobile, possibly violent (but not necessarily), disorderly and is characterized by emotion typically called?
What is the spread of behaviors, attitudes, and affect through crowds from one member to another called?
What theory suggests that collective behavior involves people with similar needs, values, and goals who converge together?
What is the experiential state caused by a number of input factors, such as group membership and anonymity, that is characterized by the loss of self-awareness, altered experiencing, and atypical behavior?
What theory suggests that collecive and uniform behavior is caused by members' conformity to unique normative standards that develop spontaneously?
Emergent Norm Theory
What Theory suggests that people in collectives don't lose their identity but rather develop a collective identity?