- Thu Sep 27, 2018 10:06 am
Answer E comes from the first paragraph where it states: "When cohesiveness is low or lacking entirely, compliance out of fear of recrimination is likely to be strongest."
Answer C appears to be backwards. In describing groupthink the passage states that: "...a highly cohesive group of decision makers, ...will think the proposal is a good one (30) without attempting to carry out a critical scrutiny that could reveal grounds for strong objections." So it is not that inadequate info is causing the group to be overly cohesive, it's that the overly cohesive nature of the group may cause them to act on inadequate info.
Hope that helps!