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Why and How do Humans Group?

Why and How do Humans Group?

Author: Julie Tietz

At the end of this tutorial, the learner will understand causes and dynamics of group formation. 

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Terms to Know
  • In-Groups

    Groups in which a given person defines herself or himself as a member.

  • Out-Groups

    Groups in which a given person does not define himself or herself.

  • Shared Interests/Goals/Values

    An interest/goal/value shared to some degree by members of a group.

  • Similarity

    A perception that members of your in-group are more like you than members of your out-group.