Concordancia en percepción interpersonal como predictora del rendimiento grupal

Vicenta Sierra, Amara Andrés, Antonio Solanas, David Leiva

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The present work deals with quantifying group characteristics. Specifically, dyadic measures of interpersonal perceptions were used to forecast group performance. Forty-six groups of students, 24 of four and 22 of five people, were studied in a real educational assignment context and marks were gathered as an indicator of group performance. Our results show that dyadic measures of interpersonal perceptions account for final marks. By means of linear regression analysis, 85% and 85.6% of group performance, respectively, was explained for group sizes equal to four and five. Results found in the scientific literature based on the individualistic approach are no larger than 18%. The results of the present study support the utility of dyadic approaches for predicting group performance in social contexts.

Títol traduït de la contribucióAgreement in interpersonal perception as a predictor of group performance
Idioma originalCastellà
Pàgines (de-a)848-857
Nombre de pàgines10
RevistaPsicothema
Volum22
Número4
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 2010

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