Characteristics of Work Groups and their Relationship with Social and Task Cohesion in Student Teams
Marketing and Professional Sales
Results of an exploratory study of relationships between work-group characteristics and the social and task cohesion of 18 business students engaged in team class projects. Regression analysis of scores on workload sharing, team spirit, task flexibility, and team cohesiveness for scales of the Work Group Characteristics Inventory indicated sharing of the workload was significantly associated with both task and social cohesion; team spirit with task cohesion but not social cohesion; and task flexibility with social cohesion but not task cohesion.
Forrester, William R., and Armen Tashchian. "Characteristics of Work Groups and their Relationship with Social and Task Cohesion in Student Teams." Psychological reports 95.1 (2004): 207-14. Print.