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Group Affect Its Influence on Individual and Group Outcomes


, : Group Affect Its Influence on Individual and Group Outcomes. Current Directions in Psychological Science 21(2): 119-123

We review and synthesize the research literature examining group affect and its consequences, focusing on groups who interact together to accomplish a task. We use a definition of group affect that incorporates the mutual influence of a group’s affective context and affective composition (the amalgamation of group members’ state and trait affect). Our focus is on the influence of group affect on individual members’ behaviors and attitudes and on group-level outcomes. We call for more research in this area, including the study of more specific discrete group emotions and a broadening of the types of groups studied in this research area.

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DOI: 10.1177/0963721412438352


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