Interpersonal and group processes in long-term spaceflight crews: perspectives from social and organizational psychology.

@article{Dion2004InterpersonalAG,
  title={Interpersonal and group processes in long-term spaceflight crews: perspectives from social and organizational psychology.},
  author={Kenneth L. Dion},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={75 7 Suppl},
  pages={C36-43}
}
  • Kenneth L. Dion
  • Published 2004 in Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
The issues of interpersonal and group processes in long-term spacecrews from the perspectives of social and organizational psychology are considered here. A contrast between the Amundsen vs. Scott expeditions to the South Pole 90 yrs. ago highlights the importance of personnel selection and attention to interpersonal and group dynamics in expeditions to extreme and dangerous environments, such as long-term spaceflights today. Under the rubric of personnel selection, some further psychological… CONTINUE READING