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2. Moving to avoid walking into someone on the pavement is an example of:

  • Planned/deliberate joint action
  • Spontaneous/noticed joint action
  • Spontaneous/unnoticed joint action
  • None of the above

3. Miles at al. (2011) found that:

  • Minimal attachment requires strong in-group bonds formed through several phases of interaction
  • Minimal attachment requires some meaning to be assigned to the group
  • Minimal attachment requires only being assigned to the same group
  • None of the above

4. Which significant interaction did Lumsden et al. find?

  • Pro-self > pro-social
  • Pro-social > pro-self
  • Pro-self competitive > pro-self individual
  • Pro-self individual > pro-self competitive

5. Carrying a box together is an example of:

  • Spontaneous/unnoticed joint action
  • Planned/deliberate joint action
  • Spontaneous/noticed joint action
  • None of the above

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