Group Polarization. September 14, 2006. Adding the Element of Interaction. Groups interact with one another to make judgments and decisions. E.g. Juries, Top Management Teams, Presidential Cabinets. Key Questions: How judgments made by individuals compare to judgments made by a group?
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September 14, 2006
Helen is a writer who is said to have considerable creative talent but who so far has been earning a comfortable living writing cheap Westerns. Recently she has come up with an idea for a potentially significant novel. If it could be written and accepted, it might have considerable literary impact and be a boost to her career. On the other hand, if she cannot work out her idea, or the novel is a flop, she will have expended considerable time and energy without pay.
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