Family, Home, and Social Sciences
First Faculty Advisor
Dr. Olga Stoddard
First Faculty Reader
Dr. Eric Eide
Dr. John Stovall
group, dynamics, gender, satisfaction
Group collaboration is commonly used in educational and professional settings. This paper will identify whether female-majority groups are more likely to see positive group dynamics than female-minority groups. Group dynamics in this project will be measured as individual levels of group satisfaction and group effectiveness. I use data from a field experiment where university students who took a weekly study group class had their experience evaluated with monthly surveys. My results find no statistically significant relationship between female-majority group conditions and perceptions of group satisfaction or group effectiveness.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Davis, Jacob, "Group Gender Composition: A Field-Experiment Evaluating Individual Levels of Group Satisfaction and Perceived Group Effectiveness" (2021). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 168.