Definition: Groupthink is a mode of thinking people engage in when concurrence-seeking (maintaining group cohesiveness, solidarity and unanimity) becomes so dominant in a cohesive ingroup that it tends to override realistic appraisal of alternative courses of action.
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More on group decision making: Delphi Method, Metaplan, Spiral of Silence.
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