Experiences in Group Behavior Introduction Humans are social animals and this ultimately shapes our psychologies as a species. For example, in “Adaptive Rationality” Martie G Haselton et al state, Humans are an intensely social species, and thus should possess cognitive machinery designed to handle the computational problems associated with social life ( Haselton et al 2009: 735). The fact that human beings are social animals with psychologies means that is very important to understand group dynamics. In particular we need to understand in-group and out-group interactions. In this paper we will examine in-group relationships. In particular we will examine how group dynamics developed in a group of students. To do this we were placed into...The end:
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