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group dynamics

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroup dynamicsˌgroup dyˈnamics noun [plural]  the way in which people in a group behave towards each other when they are working together or doing an activity together
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group dynamicsTheir techniques can vary a lot, drawn widely from psychological techniques and group dynamics.The group leader is the focal point for group dynamics, which he or she initiates and manages.Research into group dynamics indicates that a group of high achievers, for example, do not perform as well as a mixed-ability group.This may help to explain why we refer to this type of game as a specific form of group dynamics.It is often helpful to group dynamics to introduce games and exercises into group discussion.
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