Comprehensive coverage of all the group literature in an entertaining and easy to understand style. Each chapter now built around a real group example: the Beatles, Sealab, management at Apple computer, the jury for the Corona mass murder in California, etc.
The Science of Group Experimentation 43
What Is a Group? ON Group Formation 49
The Rewards and Costs
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