|aTheory and research on small groups /|cedited by R. Scott Tindale ... [et al.].
|aNew York :|bPlenum Press,|cc1998.
|axx, 277 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aSocial psychological applications to social issues ;|vv. 4
|a"A project of the faculty and students in the Applied Social Psychology Graduate Program at Loyola University of Chicago and published under the auspices of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tSmall group research and applied social psychology : an introduction /|rR. Scott Tindale and Elizabeth M. Anderson --|tCooperative learning and social interdependence theory /|rDaniel W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson --|tTraining people to work in groups /|rRichard L. Moreland, Linda Argote, and Ranjani Krishnan --|tNatural development of community leadership /|rJohn C. Glidewell ... [et al.] --|tGroup interventions in cancer : the benefits of social support and education on patient adjustment /|rDonna M. Posluszny, Kelly B. Hyman, and Andrew Baum --|tApplying group processes to international conflict analysis and resolution /|rRonald J. Fisher --|tImproving group performance : the case of the jury /|rSteven Penrod and Larry Heuer --|tEvaluation of the biasing effects of death qualification : a meta-analytic-computer simulation approach /|rJoseph W. Filkins, Christine M. Smith, and R. Scott Tindale --|tCoodination in task-performing groups /|rGwen M. Wittenbaum, Sandra I. Vaughan, and Garold Stasser --|tGroups, technology, and time : use of computers for collaborative work /|rJoseph E. McGrath and Jennifer L. Berdahl --|tTapping the power of teams /|rErnest J. Savoie --|tWhy teams don't work /|rJ. Richard Hackman.
|aSmall groups|xPsychological aspects.
|aTindale, R. Scott.
|aLoyola University of Chicago.|bApplied Social Psychology Graduate Program.
|aSociety for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.