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Group Behavior
Concepts
How do people behave differently
when they are in groups?
Why do people behave differently
when they are in groups?
Teaching Jigsaw Activity,
STAGE 1
Your group will have to TEACH your
classmates about your assigned topic.
Your poster must…
1) Teach the concept definition.
2) Give specific examples of how the
concept works in real life.
Teaching Jigsaw Activity,
STAGE 2
Half of your group will rotate to other
stations, learning about a new concept at
each station. Meanwhile, the other half of
your group will stay at your station and
teach about your concept. After four
rotations, you will switch roles: the
teachers will move, and the movers will
teach…
Social Facilitation
A phenomenon in
which people perform
better when other
people are watching.
This means that they
might work harder,
work faster, make better
decisions, (etc.) when
others are watching.
This is also known as
the “audience effect”!
Evaluation Apprehension
Evaluation apprehension
is being concerned that
others will lower their
opinion of you. It’s the
worry that others are
evaluating you. Being
concerned that others
are judging you often
makes you try harder or
perform better, because
you care about what
they think.
Social Loafing
A phenomenon in which
people perform worse when
they are working with a
group.This might happen for a
variety of reasons: maybe they
don’t feel fully responsible for
the success of the group
(diffusion of responsibility),
maybe they think someone
else will do the work for
them, or maybe they see
others slaking off and it makes
them want to slack off too.
Risky Shift
A phenomenon in which people
take more risks when they are
part of a group.They often take
risks that they would never take
as individuals. When working
with others, people may feel
more powerful or less
vulnerable. (This is sometimes
due to the diffusion of
responsibility - people don’t feel
fully responsible for their actions
when working with others).
Groupthink
A phenomenon that occurs
when group members feel like
they need to come to a
unanimous decision, and it
actually leads to the
suppression of good ideas and
good judgement. In other
words, this is when groups
make bad decisions because no
one in the group feels capable
of going against the group or
challenging the group’s ideas.
We all agree!We all agree!

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Group Behavior Concepts

  • 2. How do people behave differently when they are in groups? Why do people behave differently when they are in groups?
  • 3. Teaching Jigsaw Activity, STAGE 1 Your group will have to TEACH your classmates about your assigned topic. Your poster must… 1) Teach the concept definition. 2) Give specific examples of how the concept works in real life.
  • 4. Teaching Jigsaw Activity, STAGE 2 Half of your group will rotate to other stations, learning about a new concept at each station. Meanwhile, the other half of your group will stay at your station and teach about your concept. After four rotations, you will switch roles: the teachers will move, and the movers will teach…
  • 5. Social Facilitation A phenomenon in which people perform better when other people are watching. This means that they might work harder, work faster, make better decisions, (etc.) when others are watching. This is also known as the “audience effect”!
  • 6. Evaluation Apprehension Evaluation apprehension is being concerned that others will lower their opinion of you. It’s the worry that others are evaluating you. Being concerned that others are judging you often makes you try harder or perform better, because you care about what they think.
  • 7. Social Loafing A phenomenon in which people perform worse when they are working with a group.This might happen for a variety of reasons: maybe they don’t feel fully responsible for the success of the group (diffusion of responsibility), maybe they think someone else will do the work for them, or maybe they see others slaking off and it makes them want to slack off too.
  • 8. Risky Shift A phenomenon in which people take more risks when they are part of a group.They often take risks that they would never take as individuals. When working with others, people may feel more powerful or less vulnerable. (This is sometimes due to the diffusion of responsibility - people don’t feel fully responsible for their actions when working with others).
  • 9. Groupthink A phenomenon that occurs when group members feel like they need to come to a unanimous decision, and it actually leads to the suppression of good ideas and good judgement. In other words, this is when groups make bad decisions because no one in the group feels capable of going against the group or challenging the group’s ideas. We all agree!We all agree!