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The SHAPE-assisted decision-making procedure ( ) is examined. The model provides a simple strategy for making decisions under time pressure, stress, or cognitive load. The approach is useful under such conditions because it encourages decision makers to examine the problem, identify a preferred...
The authors investigated the relationship between group members' voluntarily initiating an action or giving up prerogative or privilege for the sake of another person or persons without regard to reciprocity and members' conformity to group norms. The members of 13 high-level cricket teams...
The authors tested the hypothesis that in an organization with a strong organizational culture and a practice of internal promotion, senior leaders' self-reported behavioral preferences would be homogeneous. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ( ) was administered to two large samples of command...
The degree to which treatment outcome is related to therapeutic focusing, leader skill, and positive aspects of the therapeutic relationship was examined in time-limited group psychotherapy. Measures tapping each of these domains were assessed at Sessions 3, 8, and 14 in 15-week therapy groups...
A correlational study examined group performance of a problem-solving task that required consensus in relation to 3 interpersonal behaviors: discussing strategy, inviting input, and asking or summarizing agreement. Participants did a simulated survival task individually and then worked toward...
The present study tested the usefulness of a normative model of decision making designed for individuals and teams that emphasizes 5 processes needed in cognitively busy decision situations: scrutinize symptoms, hypothesize solutions, analyze proposed solutions, perform modifications and...
Group climate development was investigated with growth curve analysis. Fifty-two participants completed a group climate questionnaire after each session and pre- and posttarget complaints. Hierarchical linear modeling identified growth patterns and related these patterns to therapeutic gain....
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