Faultlines, faults, and feelings: the effects of subgroup formation and appraisals on emotions in groups
This study examines the relationships between group faultlines, appraisals (evaluations) of group members, emotional responses, and performance in groups. The study uses a 2 by 2 experimental design, crossing demographic alignment (alignment vs. no alignment) and appraisals (instrumental vs. intrinsic) as between-subjects variables. Data from 5 types of measurement were used to analyze the effects of member alignment and appraisals.
Bezrukova, Katerina; Roseman, Ira; and Phebus, John, "Faultlines, faults, and feelings: the effects of subgroup formation and appraisals on emotions in groups" (2005). Psychology. 3.
2005 - The 18th Annual Conference of the IACM, Seville, Spain Dates: June 12- June 15, 2005 Location: Seville, Spain http://www.iacm-conflict.org/