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Artikel“Why Am I Out of the Loop?” Attributions Influence Responses to Information Exclusion  
Oleh: Kelly, Janice R. ; Jones, Eric E.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/pspc) vol. 36 no. 9 (Sep. 2010), page 1186-1201.
Topik: ostracism; exclusion; out of the loop; information sharing; groups
Fulltext: 05. 'Why Am I Out of the Loop' - Attributions Influence Responses to Information Exclusion.pdf (342.58KB)
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Isi artikelStudies show the importance of information sharing in decision making. However, information sharing also affects intrapersonal perceptions and group dynamics. Three experiments demonstrated that out-of-the-loop individuals experienced thwarted needs (e.g., belonging) and decreased trust and liking of group members. Experiment 1 showed these deleterious effects only occurred when information exclusion appeared intentional. Experiment 2 established that constructive motives could mitigate negative effects of intentional information exclusion. Experiment 3 showed that unintentional information exclusion deflated participants only when perceived as preventable. These experiments also provided evidence for a mediating process. Information exclusion, particularly when ill intentioned or preventable, signals poor group standing, leading to deleterious psychological effects.
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