Definitions for "Groupthink"
the tendency of small, cohesive groups to place unanimity ahead of critical thinking in making decisions. (614)
The tendency of groups to validate wrong decisions by becoming overconfident and underestimating risks.
A deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment in the interest of group solidarity. [9
A situation in which a team seizes on one solution to a problem and does not consider other viable solutions either because members are afraid of confrontation or because they convince themselves that their ideas aren't worth discussing.
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