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Psychology

University of Richmond

2009

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It's That Efa* Time Of Year (*Extreme Fan Addiction), Donelson R. Forsyth Mar 2009

It's That Efa* Time Of Year (*Extreme Fan Addiction), Donelson R. Forsyth

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What an odd lot our ancestors must have been to let themselves get caught up in crazes like the 10th century dancing mania in Italy, or the alarming outbreak of biting mania in 15th century Germany, Italy, and Holland. Holland's 17th century tulipmania proved only economically painful, when wealthy families spent their savings buying and hoarding tulip bulbs, and were left in financial ruin when prices plummeted.

We are not so different from those long-gone dancers, biters, and tulipophiles, because a modern mania is about to descend upon us: March Madness. Sixty-four colleges and universities send their basketball teams ...


Group Dynamics, Donelson R. Forsyth Jan 2009

Group Dynamics, Donelson R. Forsyth

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Socioemotional And Task Behavior, George R. Goethals Jan 2009

Socioemotional And Task Behavior, George R. Goethals

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In problem-solving groups, individual members engage in different types of behavior, including task behavior, which focuses on the external problem to be addressed, and socioemotional behavior, which addresses the feelings that arise as a result of group interaction. This entry describes these two types of behavior and examines the leadership styles of group leaders who focus on each one.