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We found that when group members lacked the ability to voice the opinions about group procedures, process conﬂict was more likely to be positively related to negative affect. We also found goal obstruction to play a central role in the negative affect ensuing from process conﬂict. Speciﬁcally, we found that when group members perceived other members to be obstructing their goals, they were much more likely to become emotional during process conﬂict. 36 LINDRED L. GREER AND KAREN A. JEHN We also found that group context, at least in the terms of group composition, played a role in shaping the association between process conﬂict and negative affect.
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Affect and Groups (Research on Managing Groups and Teams) by Elizabeth Mannix, Margaret A. Neale, Cameron Anderson