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The applicability of Bednar, Melnick, and Kaul's model of early group development to college student self-help groups was examined. Research participants were 101 undergraduates who met in high-structure or low-structure groups for four weekly sessions. Dependent variables included importance of...
This article presents results of a research project to test the validity of a model of the experiential learning process, based on personal construct theory, proposed in earlier work (Beck, 1980a, 1980b). The work reported here is concerned with participants' feelings of acceptance by other...
The composition of 3-man military teams was varied experimentally by assigning members according to team composition in terms of all possible combinations of levels of ability and motivation. The teams (64 in all) performed real military tasks in a military field setting and unit commanders...
The research described here was directed toward furthering our understanding of the antecedents of leadership emergence in groups. Kenny and Zaccaro (1983) have recently speculated that individuals who emerge as leaders may be able to perceive the needs of their group and pattern their own...
The proposition that covert roles within a group are assigned to individual group members based on their propensity to verbally or nonverbally express certain patterns of unwanted, disowned, and projected emotions that are experienced as threatening by other members is examined. The analysis...
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