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Psychology, 4/e by Saul Kassin ©2004 Prentice Hall

Social Influence Groupthink

A group decision-making style by which group members convince themselves that they are correct

A group may over-emphasize unity when members suppress their own doubts and open dissent is stifled by other group members.

This can lead to lower-quality decisions made by the group.

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