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Handbook of work group psychology

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Publication date1996
Number of pages642
ISBN (Electronic)978-0471957904
<mark>Original language</mark>English


The psychology of groups is a central concern in social and organizational psychology, with a vast literature of research on how groups form, processes within groups, and how these processes are influenced by the structure, environment and aim of the group. This volume provides a critical and up-to-date overview of key areas of group psychology in the context of organizational and work groups. The handbook may be used as a reference for information on concepts, research and applications of group psychology at work.