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Member differentiation and group tasks: More than meets the eye

  • John M. Levine (a1)


Analyzing how various forms of member similarity and difference affect group performance is a worthwhile task. I argue that the authors' analysis would be improved by distinguishing between subjective and objective forms of member differentiation and by utilizing a different typology of group tasks.



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McGrath, J. E. (1984) Groups: Interaction and performance. Prentice Hall.
Steiner, I. D. (1972) Group process and productivity. Academic Press.


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