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Group dynamics

Group dynamics, in sociology, study of the behavior and interactions of people as members of groups. It includes setting up specially constructed experimental groups, as well as the study of existing groups such as committees and military units. Some of the simpler studies have been carried out to try to determine the chain of command within a group and its influence on the group's performance.

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