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The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell!

(2015) BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. 106(2). p.217-234
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Using a cross-lagged design, the present study tests an integrative model of emergent collective emotions in learning groups. Our results indicate that the percentage of women in the group fosters the emergence of collective emotional intelligence, which in turn stimulates social integration within groups (increases group cohesion and reduces relationship conflict) and the associated affective similarity, with beneficial effects for group effectiveness.
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RELATIONSHIP CONFLICT, TEAM PERFORMANCE, INTRAGROUP CONFLICT, GROUP-LEVEL, WORK, METAANALYSIS, DIVERSITY, COHESION, MODEL, TASK, gender, collective emotional intelligence, affective similarity, social, integration, group effectiveness

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Curseu, Petru L. et al. “The Magic of Collective Emotional Intelligence in Learning Groups: No Guys Needed for the Spell!” BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 106.2 (2015): 217–234. Print.
APA
Curseu, P. L., Pluut, H., Boroş, S., & Meslec, N. (2015). The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell! BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 106(2), 217–234.
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Curseu, Petru L., Helen Pluut, Smaranda Boroş, and Nicoleta Meslec. 2015. “The Magic of Collective Emotional Intelligence in Learning Groups: No Guys Needed for the Spell!” British Journal of Psychology 106 (2): 217–234.
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Curseu, Petru L., Helen Pluut, Smaranda Boroş, and Nicoleta Meslec. 2015. “The Magic of Collective Emotional Intelligence in Learning Groups: No Guys Needed for the Spell!” British Journal of Psychology 106 (2): 217–234.
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Curseu PL, Pluut H, Boroş S, Meslec N. The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell! BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY. Hoboken: Wiley-blackwell; 2015;106(2):217–34.
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P. L. Curseu, H. Pluut, S. Boroş, and N. Meslec, “The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell!,” BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 106, no. 2, pp. 217–234, 2015.
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  abstract     = {Using a cross-lagged design, the present study tests an integrative model of emergent collective emotions in learning groups. Our results indicate that the percentage of women in the group fosters the emergence of collective emotional intelligence, which in turn stimulates social integration within groups (increases group cohesion and reduces relationship conflict) and the associated affective similarity, with beneficial effects for group effectiveness.},
  author       = {Curseu, Petru L. and Pluut, Helen and Boroş, Smaranda and Meslec, Nicoleta},
  issn         = {0007-1269},
  journal      = {BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY},
  keywords     = {RELATIONSHIP CONFLICT,TEAM PERFORMANCE,INTRAGROUP CONFLICT,GROUP-LEVEL,WORK,METAANALYSIS,DIVERSITY,COHESION,MODEL,TASK,gender,collective emotional intelligence,affective similarity,social,integration,group effectiveness},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {217--234},
  publisher    = {Wiley-blackwell},
  title        = {The magic of collective emotional intelligence in learning groups: No guys needed for the spell!},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bjop.12075},
  volume       = {106},
  year         = {2015},
}

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