Test 3 - Test 3 Group processes Social facilitation vs....

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Test 3 Group processes Social facilitation vs. social loafing o Can individual efforts be evaluated? Yes: arousal social facilitation effects Better at simple tasks, worse on complex tasks No: relaxation--? Social loafing Worse on simple tasks, better on complex tasks o What is a group? o A group consists of three or more people who interact and are interdependent in the sense that their need and goals cause them to influence each other o Positive aspects of a group Groups fulfill our need to belong Increased positive emotions and positive health benefits Groups help define us and our world Groups can teach the appropriate way to behave by following social norms and social roles The composition of the group can enhance performance (the sum is greater than the parts) Group cohesiveness is the qualities of a group that bind them together o Negative aspects of groups Deindividuation (no accountability) Rushing franklin st. Bonfires
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