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This stage involves the most conflict during the entire group development process.

A) forming
B) storming
C) norming
D) performing

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Answer: B
Explanation: The storming, or second stage of the group development process, is characterized by a struggle for control of the group and a search by members for their roles within the group. When storming is complete, a fairly orderly hierarchy will be evident within the group. These factors make "storming" the correct response and rule out all other responses.

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