Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology - Group Processes by Michael A. Hogg, Scott Tindale

By Michael A. Hogg, Scott Tindale

This guide offers an authoritative, updated evaluate of the social psychology of team tactics. the subjects coated comprise staff judgements, juries, team remembering, roles, prestige, management, social id and staff club, socialization, team functionality, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and temper, computer-mediated communique, enterprises and psychological health.
Provides an authoritative, updated assessment of the social psychology of staff processes.
Written by means of major researchers from around the globe to supply a vintage and present evaluate of study in addition to offering an outline of destiny tendencies in the area.
Includes insurance of staff judgements, juries, workforce remembering, roles, prestige, management, social identification and workforce club, socialization, staff functionality, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and temper, computer-mediated communique, corporations and psychological health.
Essential examining for any critical student of staff behavior.
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Wegner argues that group members can rely on other members to remember information that is more consistent with their areas of expertise or preferences. Thus, other group members can serve as memory aids for information not directly relevant to a given member’s main duties or role within the group. In this way, the group can remember much more than any given member, yet each member has access to the entire information in the group by knowing which members know what. It is the shared metacognitive knowledge that allows each member access to the group’s entire store of information.

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