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Group/Team Dynamics Psych 479SE
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Team Development: Theories Linear perspective: teams undergo a sequence of development Forming: members get to know each other Storming: status, roles (and sometimes conflict) emerge
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Team Development: Theories Linear perspective: teams undergo a sequence of development Norming: roles settle, unity develops Performing: members work together to succeed
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Team Development: Theories Life cycle perspective: teams experience birth, growth, restart Pendular perspective: team development is not linear, and there are many highs and lows across time
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Conformity Behavior, roles within teams are often dictated by group/social norms Examples: A high school team hazes a new freshman The Golden State Warriors win a lot, thus setting a high standard for themselves and their fans
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Conformity Within teams, athletes often differ on their need for role clarity If an athlete is high on his need for role clarity, and his role is unclear, then we have conflict!
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Conformity An athlete is more likely to accept
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