Leader Attitudes and Group Effectiveness: Final Report of Onr Project Nr 170-106, N6 Ori-07135
This monograph summarizes the research of the project "Social Perception and Group Effectiveness", which was initiated in September, 1951, and terminated in August, 1957. This research program was designed to identify psychological factors underlying group effectiveness. Its specific aim was the development of a theory regarding the part which interpersonal perception plays in making groups productive.
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Development of Interpersonal Perception Measures
Relation of Interpersonal Perception to Team Effectiveness
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