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group integration


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group integration

Groups and integration in psychotherapy

In-group Deliberation and Integration

Integrable correspondences and algebraic representations of multivalued groups

Renormalization Group Equations and Integrability in Hamiltonian Systems

On symplectic leaves and integrable systems in standard complex semisimple Poisson-Lie groups

SUPPORT GROUPS FOR MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT AND EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

Attitudes on Residential Integration: Perceived Status Differences, Mere In-Group Preference, or Racial Prejudice?*

Environmental Vibrio spp., isolated in Mozambique, contain a polymorphic group of integrative conjugative elements and class 1 integrons

Harmonisation (legal, dosimetric, quality aspects) of individual monitoring, and integration of monitoring for external and internal exposures (EURADOS working group)

SuperCAT: a supertree database for combined and integrative multilocus sequence typing analysis of the Bacillus cereus group of bacteria (including B. cereus, B. anthracis and B. thuringiensis)

An Integrative Method for Delimiting Cohesion Species: Finding the Population-Species Interface in a Group of Californian Trapdoor Spiders with Extreme Genetic Divergence and Geographic Structuring

LBA-06INTEGRATE: A randomized phase II double-blind placebo-controlled study of regorafenib (REG) in refractory advanced oesophagogastric cancer (AOGC) - A study by the Australasian Gastrointestinal Trials Group (AGITG): Final overall and subgroup results

 

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The functioning of a group as a unit. The opportunity to belong to a cohesive unit is. according to the conceptual model of team cohesion, one reason why individuals are attracted to join groups. Measures of group integration take into consideration an individual's perception of closeness, similarity to other group members, and bonding to the group as a whole. See also individual attraction.

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