Withholding inputs in team contexts: member composition, interaction processes, evaluation structure, and social loafing.

@article{Price2006WithholdingII,
  title={Withholding inputs in team contexts: member composition, interaction processes, evaluation structure, and social loafing.},
  author={Kenneth H. Price and David A. Harrison and Joanne H Gavin},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={
          1375-84
        }
}
Social loafing was observed as a naturally occurring process in project teams of students working together for 3-4 months. The authors assessed the contributions that member composition (i.e., relational dissimilarity and knowledge, skills, and abilities; KSAs), perceptions of the team's interaction processes (i.e., dispensability and the fairness of the decision-making procedures), and the team's evaluation structure (i.e., identifiability) make toward understanding loafing behavior… CONTINUE READING
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