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Feedback affects performance when it is provided by an ingroup member

Citation
Coffee P, Rees T & Haslam SA (2009) Feedback affects performance when it is provided by an ingroup member. In: APS Book of Abstracts. 21st Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA, USA, 22.05.2009-25.05.2009. San Francisco, CA, USA: Association for Psychological Science, p. 195.

Abstract
Social identity and self-categorization theories propose that leadership is more a property of the group than of the individual. The results of this study support this proposal, demonstrating that feedback only impacts subsequent performance when it is provided by an ingroup member.

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Output Type: Meeting Abstract

StatusPublished
Author(s)Coffee, Pete; Rees, Tim; Haslam, S Alexander
Publication date31/12/2009
Publication date online31/05/2009
Related URLshttp://www.psychologicalscience.org/…l&keyword=haslam
PublisherAssociation for Psychological Science
Place of publicationSan Francisco, CA, USA
Conference21st Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science
Conference locationSan Francisco, CA, USA
Dates
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