An experimental investigation of the effect of unstable interpersonal relations in a group

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“If persons in a group feel that those members of the group whom they like best dislike each other, this tends to make them uncertain and unstable about their interpersonal relations in the group. Both those who are stable and those who are unstable about their personal relations reveal something about how much they like others in how often they talk to them. They tend to talk least to those toward whom they feel indifferent.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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