Psychology of learning



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Meaning of a Group-

It has been commonly observed and also established through various experimental studies that there are differences in the behaviour of an individual when they are alone and when they are together in a group. As a member of a group, he exhibits group behaviour. When two or more people come together it is known as a Group. A group is one in which people come together to attain a common goal & the relations among the members are interdependent i.e. each members behavior influences the behaviour of the others in the group. According to Mill, A unit composed of two or more persons who come together to achieve a specific purpose & consider a contact meaningful is a GROUP Bass approached the definition of a group in the angle of motivation & satisfaction of needs.
Bogurdas defines a group as, A collection of two or more persons with common interest, stimulating each other having common loyalty & participating in common activities




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