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

By Michael A. Hogg, Scott Tindale

This guide presents an authoritative, up to date review of the social psychology of team procedures. the themes lined contain staff judgements, juries, team remembering, roles, prestige, management, social identification and staff club, socialization, workforce functionality, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and temper, computer-mediated verbal exchange, companies and psychological future health.

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  • Includes assurance of staff judgements, juries, team remembering, roles, prestige, management, social identification and crew club, socialization, team functionality, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and temper, computer-mediated verbal exchange, firms and psychological health.
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