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 10/2/11 Group Dynamics By:  Vinh,  Kelly Jeffrey Garima Dorinda
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 10/2/11 Agenda
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 10/2/11 Helium Rod ± Line up in two rows facing each other ± All participants stick out both index fingers extending  your arms ± Trainer will place a rod on top of                    everyone's  index fingers ± Objective – lower the rod until it                                     reaches the floor ± Catch – everyone’s index fingers                              must 
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 10/2/11 Helium Rod ± Initial Reactions? ± Challenges? ± Strengths and Weaknesses? ± Main Roles?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/2/11 “Groupthink”
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 10/2/11 “A mode of thinking that people  engage in when deeply involve in a  cohesive in-group, when the members’  striving for unanimity overrides their  motivation to realistically appraise  What is it?
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 10/2/11 In what way does “Groupthink” affect you? ± Silences the minority voice  ± Poor final decision ± Illusion of efficiency 
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 10/2/11 8 Symptoms of “Groupthink” Invulnerability Rationale Morality Stereotypes Pressure Self-Censorship
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 10/2/11 Invulnerability Everyone in the group shares an  illusion  of invulnerability,  providing them with some level of reassurance about critical  points and obstacles. Ex: Pearl Harbor; Admiral H. E. Kimmel ignored the repeated  warnings reported by his intelligence chief
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 10/2/11 Rationale Collectively construct rationalizations in order to discount  warnings and other forms of negative feedback, that if were 
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course HUMAN RESO 533:312:02 taught by Professor Ferio during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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