Effects of group performance and longevity on cooperative responses
Midwestern Psychological Association
We examined cooperative responses to a social dilemma as a function of group performance and group longevity. As predicted, the relationship between group success and cooperation was mediated by group identity and moderated by group longevity. Long-standing groups were less affected by negative performance feedback than short-lived groups.
Jay W. Jackson, Andrea Bangert, and Amanda Stryker (2009).
Effects of group performance and longevity on cooperative responses. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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