Groupthink a group which discusses psychological topics.
One of the 'Psychology for Beginners' groups has decided to continue and has morphed into ’Groupthink’. Groupthink being the name given to a theory or model that was extensively developed by Irving Janis (1972) to describe faulty decision making that can occur in groups as a result of forces that bring a group together.
Fortunately we don’t have to make any decisions we just enjoy discussing psychological topics. Whilst Pat Child still facilitates the meetings the members take turns to decide the topic and lead the session.
The group meets on the last Friday of each month.
At the moment the group has a sufficient number of members.