BASIC STUDIES ON INDIVIDUAL GROUP BEHAVIOR
Annual technical rept.
MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS
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Progress is summarized for the following projects a group structure and function as related to the personality characteristics and interests of group members, b cohesive and disruptive tendencies in coalition type groups, and c the role of language in behavior. The latter project included studies of the associative factors in verbal behavior, syntactical features of speech as diagnostic and prognostic indexes, and conditions affecting reception of controversial statements.