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Chapter 9 (part 1) Groups March 17
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What is a group? ____________________ people who: interact with each other are _________________, their needs and goals lead to influence among group members Typical Size: 2-6 (but can be bigger) Members tend to be similar to each other
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How do groups work? Have ___________ for appropriate behavior Often ___________ (have qualities that bind members to each other and increase liking) Provide ____________ (shared ideas about how specific people are supposed to behave) Advantages : People know what to expect, smoother interactions Disadvantages : People adopt roles too much, they get locked into roles (talk about this Tues.)
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The effects of others – take 1. __________________________ Arousal from mere presence of other people and the knowledge you are being evaluated People do ______________________ and ____________________ tasks Michaels et al. (1982) 4 students observed either novice or experienced pool players shoot pool
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Results of Michaels et al. (1982)
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The effects of others – take 2.
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