Team Cohesion and Individual Productivity

@article{Gammage2001TeamCA,
  title={Team Cohesion and Individual Productivity},
  author={Kimberley L Gammage and Albert V. Carr{\'o}n and Paul A Estabrooks},
  journal={Small Group Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={32},
  pages={18 - 3}
}
This study investigated the potential moderating effects of productivity norms and identifiability of effort on the cohesion-performance relationship in team sports. The design was a 2 (high cohesion, low cohesion)×2 (high productivity norm, low productivity norm)×2 (high identifiability of an individual’s effort, low identifiability of an individual’s effort) factorial. Each participant (n = 324) read one of eight scenarios, with cohesion, norms, and identifiability systematically rotated, and… Expand

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