PSYCH333-01A Group Dynamics (with Staff)
An examination of small group behavior from a theoretical and empirical perspective. The group is viewed as a system functioning in a number of environments-physical, personal, social, and task. Each of these interrelated environments influences various aspects of group process. Thus leadership, power, conformity, status, goals, and others are considered as interrelated processes of social interaction.
Prerequisite(s): PSYCH 230/330
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