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What is the meaning of Groupthink?

Groupthink is a strong concurrence-seeking tendency that interferes with effective group decision making (Forsyth, 1990 : 490).

Books Related to Groupthink

Irving L. Janis, "Groupthink: Psychological Studies of Policy Decisions and Fiascoes".
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Paul 't Hart, "Groupthink in Government : A Study of Small Groups and Policy Failure".
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