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From: The influence of personality and ability on undergraduate teamwork and team performance

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(a) Average student response per group for the question, “To what degree did all members of the group share in the team’s responsibilities?” Possible responses were: (1) Some members did no work, (2) A few members did most of the work, (3) The work was generally shared by all members, and (4) Everyone did an equal share of the work. Error bars indicate minimum and maximum responses in each group. For the entire sample, the average response was 2.90, and the standard deviation was 0.863. (b). Average student response per group for the question, “Which of the following best describes the level of conflict at group meetings?” Possible responses were: (1) No conflict, (2) There were disagreements, but easily resolved, (3) Disagreements were resolved with considerable difficulty, and (4) Open warfare, still unresolved. Error bars indicate minimum and maximum responses in each group. For the entire sample, the average response was 1.83, and the standard deviation was 0.737. (c). Average student response per group for the question, “How productive was the group overall?” Possible responses were: (1) Accomplished some, but not all of the project’s requirements (2) Met the project’s requirements but could have done much better, (3) Efficiently accomplished goals that we set for ourselves, and (4) Went way beyond what we had to do. Error bars indicate minimum and maximum responses in each group. For the entire sample, the average response was 2.44, and the standard deviation was 0.865.

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