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People's lives are inescapably bound with the groups to which they belong. Thus, an understanding of behavior in group settings is a central task for social psychology. This work aims to deepen our understanding of relationships within and between groups. It also examines topics such as group cohesion, social comparison, and social facilitation.
Rupert Brown is Reader in Psychology at the University of Kent.