Chapter 8 - Chapter 8: Group Influence What is a group?...

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Chapter 8: Group Influence What is a group? Size Interaction Common goals Interdependence
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Chapter 8: Group Influence Why do we join groups? Psychological/social needs Required for task Informational needs Evolutionary purpose
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Chapter 8: Group Influence Group influence and task performance How well do you perform in front of people?
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Chapter 8: Group Influence Group influence on performance Social facilitation Dominate response Correct vs. incorrect response Task difficulty
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Presence of others Heighten arousal Enhanced dominate response Dominate response is correct Dominate response is incorrect Behavior is improved Behavior is impaired
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Chapter 8: Group Influence Theories for why social facilitation occurs Evaluation apprehension Mere presence Distraction-conflict theory
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Group Influence Are groups more efficient than the individual? Advantages
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Chapter 8 - Chapter 8: Group Influence What is a group?...

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