Definitions for "Group dynamics"
the branch of social psychology that studies the dynamics of interaction in social groups
Group dynamics refers to the interplay of personalities and roles at work in a setting of three or more persons. These include power and control issues, communication patterns, and modes of decision-making, conflict resolution, and task accomplishment.
the interaction among people in a group. An effective moderator can enable group dynamics to promote helpful discussion by various techniques, as well as minimize the potentially negative effects of group dynamics.
Understanding the relationships among people in groups and how groups begin, operate and end.
The relationship between members of the class.