Group Processes (SAGE Library in Social Psychology)

Group Processes (SAGE Library in Social Psychology)

By: Craig D. Parks (editor)Hardback

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Issues related to group-based and -influenced behaviour have always been at the heart of social psychology. What is generally considered the first experimental study in social psychology - Norman Triplett's 1898 attempt to explain why bicycling speed records were faster when measured in competition against others - was a demonstration of group-influenced behaviour, and led to the development of the notion of social facilitation. The questions of how decision-making group members reach consensus, and whether they are a more effective vehicle for decisions than an insightful individual, remain popular 80 years after they were first introduced. Researchers in other disciplines are increasingly drawn to the group as a focus of study and of course, groups remain the standard decision-making unit for most important decisions in most societies. It is against this backdrop of the rich history, modern development and future potential of the subject that this timely four-volume set has been created, with the intention that it becomes a unique go-to resource for researchers in the field. The four volumes are arranged schematically: Volume One: Group Performance takes a look at individual action in the presence of others. Volume Two: Interdependence within Groups examines situations in which one is partially dependent on others for the magnitude of one's personal outcomes. Volume Three: Decision-Making Groups explores group settings in which there is full collaboration in order to produce a single output. Volume Four: Relations among Groups presents a set of articles on interaction between groups.

About Author

Craig D. Parks is Professor of Psychology at Washington State University. His primary research interest is in understanding the internal, individual-level factors that influence a person's frequency of cooperative responses in an interdependent group setting. He has conducted significant study on the topic of mixed-motive situations, and has also researched behaviour within decision-making groups. He is currently editor of Group Dynamics and associate editor of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. He has recently published an Annual Review of Psychology paper on mixed-motive processes, an aspect of groups research, as well as two books and numerous articles on groups.

Contents

VOLUME ONE Social Loafing - Robert Liden et al A Field Investigation Social 'Facilitation' as Challenge and Threat - Jim Blascovich et al Psychological Mechanisms Underlying the Koehler Motivation Gain - Norbert Kerr et al Idea Generation in Groups - Paul Paulus and Huei-Chuan Yang A Basis for Creativity in Organizations How the Group Affects the Mind - Bernard Nijstad and Wolfgang Stroebe A Cognitive Model of Idea Generation in Groups Old Wine in a New Bottle - Hoon-Seok Choi and LeighThompson Impact of Membership Change on Group Creativity Group-Directed Criticisms and Recommendations for Change - Matthew Hornsey et al Why Newcomers Arouse More Resistance Than Old-Timers Team Structure and Performance - Greg Stewart and Murray Barrick Assessing the Mediating Role of Intra-Team Process and the Moderating Role of Task Type Adaptation of Teams in Response to Unforeseen Change - Jeffery LePine Effects of Goal Difficulty and Team Composition in Terms of Cognitive Ability and Goal Orientation Collective Efficacy - Carl Watson, Martin Chemers and Natalya Preiser A Multilevel Analysis Group Potency and Collective Efficacy - Dong Jung and John Sosik Examining Their Predictive Validity, Level of Analysis and Effects of Performance Feedback on Future Group Performance Collective Efficacy - Roger Goddard A Neglected Construct in the Study of Schools and Student Achievement A Multidimensional Approach to the Group-Cohesion Group-Performance Relationship - Artemis Chang and Prashant Bordia Cohesion and Performance in Sport - Albert Carron et al A Meta-Analysis Leading to Recovery - Franziska Tschan et al Group Performance and Co-Ordinative Activities in Medical Emergency-Driven Groups Identifying the Lone Wolf - Andrea Dixon, Jule Gassenheimer and Terri Feldman Barr A Team Perspective VOLUME TWO Strategy and Fairness in Social Decision-Making - Eric van Dijk and Riel Vermunt Sometimes It Pays to Be Powerless Actions of Similar Others as Inducements to Co-Operate in Social Dilemmas - Craig Parks, Lawrence Sanna and Susan Berel Respect and Co-Operation in Social Dilemmas - David De Cremer The Importance of Feeling Included Perceiving Inter-Group Conflict - Nir Halevy et al From Game Models to Mental Templates Who Cares about the Environmental Impact of Cars? Those with an Eye toward the Future - Jeffrey Joireman, Paula Van Lange and Mark van Vugt The Neuropeptide Oxytocin Regulates Parochial Altruism in Inter-Group Conflict among Humans - Carsten De Dreu et al The Neural Bases of Co-Operation and Competition - Jean Decety et al An fMRI Investigation Opposing BOLD Responses to Reciprocated and Unreciprocated Altruism in Putative Reward Pathways - James Rilling et al Forgiveness and Its Associations with Pro-Social Thinking, Feeling and Doing beyond the Relationship with the Offender - Johan Karremans, Paul Van Lange and Rob Holland Interpersonal Consequences of Forgiveness - Harry Wallace, Julie Juola Exline and Roy Baumeister Does Forgiveness Deter or Encourage Repeat Offences? The Development of Inter-Group Forgiveness in Northern Ireland - Frances McLernon et al The Psychology of Own versus Others' Treatment - Kees van den Bos and E.Allan Lind Self-Oriented and Other-Oriented Effects on Perceptions of Procedural Justice Procedural Justice and Intra-Group Status - Jan-Willem van Prooijen, Kees van den Bos and Henk Wilke Knowing Where We Stand in a Group Enhances Reactions to Procedures Negotiating Relationally - Michele Gelfand et al The Dynamics of the Relational Self in Negotiations Phases, Transitions and Interruptions - Mara Olekalns, Jeanne Brett and Laurie Weingart Modeling Processes in Multi-Party Negotiations Power and Emotion in Negotiation - Gerben Van Kleef et al Power Moderates the Interpersonal Effects of Anger and Happiness on Concession-Making Are You Talking to Me?! Separating the People from the Problem When Expressing Emotions in Negotiation - Wolfgang Steinel, Gerben Van Kleef and Fieke Harinck The Excluded Player in Coalition Formation - Ilja van Beest, Henk Wilke and Eric van Dijk VOLUME THREE The Emerging Conceptualization of Groups as Information Processors - Verlin Hinsz, R.Scott Tindale and David Vollrath Groups as Problem-Solving Units - James Larson Jr and Caryn Christensen Toward a New Meaning of Social Cognition From Co-Operative to Motivated Information-Sharing in Groups - Gwen Wittenbaum, Andrea Hollingshead and Isabel Botero Moving beyond the Hidden Profile Paradigm Information Exchange and Use in Group Decision-Making - Alan Dennis You Can Lead a Group to Information, but You Can't Make It Think Group Composition and Decision-Making - Deborah Gruenfeld et al How Member Familiarity and Information Distribution Affect Process and Performance Team Diversity and Information Use - Kristina Dahlin, Laurie Weingart and Pamela Hinds Communication, Learning and Retrieval in Transactive Memory Systems - Andrea Hollingshead Group versus Individual Training and Group Performance - Diane Liang, Richard Moreland and Linda Argote The Mediating Role of Transactive Memory The Influence of Shared Mental Models on Team Process and Performance - John Mathieu et al Mood and Emotions in Small Groups and Work Teams - Janice Kelly and Sigal Barsade The Contagious Leader - Thomas Sy, Stephane Cote and Richard Saavedra Impact of the Leader's Mood on the Mood of Group Members, Group Affective Tone and Group Processes Group Decision-Making and Communication Technology - Sara Kiesler and Lee Sproull All in Due Time - Jeanne Wilson, Susan Straus and Bill McEvily The Development of Trust in Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Teams Minority Dissent and Team Innovation - Carsten De Dreu and Michael West The Importance of Participation in Decision-Making Effects of Individual Differences on the Performance of Hierarchical Decision-Making Teams - Jeffrey LePine et al Much More Than G On Racial Diversity and Group Decision-Making - Samuel Sommers Identifying Multiple Effects of Racial Composition on Jury Deliberations VOLUME FOUR Anti-Norm and Pro-Norm Deviance in the Bank and on the Campus - Dominic Abrams et al Two Experiments on Subjective Group Dynamics Individualist and Collectivist Norms - Brendan McAuliffe et al When It's OK to Go Your Own Way The KKK Won't Let Me Play - Karen Gonsalkorale and Kipling Williams Ostracism by Even a Despised Out-Group Hurts If You Can't Join Them, Beat Them - Jean Twenge et al Effects of Social Exclusion on Aggressive Behaviour Interpersonal Rejection as a Determinant of Anger and Aggression - Mark Leary, Jean Twenge and Erin Quinlivan 'It's OK If We Say It, but You Can't' - Matthew Hornsey, Tina Oppes and Alicia Svensson Responses to Inter-Group and Intra-Group Criticism Commonality and the Complexity of 'We' - John Dovidio, Samuel Gaertner and Tamar Saguy Social Attitudes and Social Change We Are One and I Like It - Emanuele Castano, Vincent Yzerbyt and David Bourguignon The Impact of In-Group Entitativity on In-Group Identification Relationships between Inter-Group Contact and Prejudice among Minority and Majority Status Groups - Linda Tropp and Thomas Pettigrew When Prosperity Breeds Inter-Group Hostility - Serge Guimond and Michael Dambrun The Effects of Relative Deprivation and Relative Gratification on Prejudice Vicarious Retribution - Brian Lickel et al The Role of Collective Blame in Inter-Group Aggression I Feel for Us - Vincent Yzerbyt et al The Impact of Categorization and Identification on Emotions and Action Tendencies Ashamed to Be an American? The Role of Identification in Predicting Vicarious Shame for Anti-Arab Prejudice after 9/11 - Michael Johns, Toni Schmader and Brian Lickel Psychological Essentialism and the Differential Attribution of Uniquely Human Emotions to In-Groups and Out-Groups - Jacques-Philippe Leyens et al Aid in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina - Amy Cuddy, Mindi Rock and Michael Norton Inferences of Secondary Emotions and Inter-Group Helping Helping Individuals or Group Members? The Role of Individual and Collective Identification in AIDS Volunteerism - Bernd Simon, Stefan St rmer and Kerstin Steffens

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  • ISBN13: 9781446249314
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1504
  • ID: 9781446249314
  • weight: 2940
  • ISBN10: 144624931X

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