Latest Group processes Stories
Virtual reality is now for more than just having a good time: It's a cultural experiment.
Sports Conflict Institute’s Joshua Gordon and Dr. Ken Pendleton discuss group dynamics with guest Dr. Mark Eys, co-author of Group Dynamics in Sport.
In the 1960s and 1970s, classic social psychological studies were conducted that provided evidence that even normal, decent people can engage in acts of extreme cruelty when instructed to do so by others.
People often remark that people of a different race "all look alike."
Many animals spend time together in herds for protection and not because they 'like' each other, according to a new study, which provides the first hard evidence that the "selfish herd theory" is true.
What makes soldiers abuse prisoners?
Adults and adolescents often adjust their behavior and opinions to peer groups, even when they themselves know better.