A CRITERION MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS IN SMALL ISOLATED GROUPS
ILLINOIS UNIV AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
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Report concentrates on those aspects of the groups task which have to do with maintaining effective members and an intact group. Group task activities directly instrumental to mission performance and physical survival are so obviously important that they have received far more attention in past research -- and indeed, in the effort of this workgroup -- than has been given to problems of interpersonal relations and member adjustment. The purpose of this paper is to explore some of the problems involved in formulation of a criterion system for investigation of interpersonal relations and individual adjustment in small, isolated military groups.