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Social loafing: Social loafing in sport refers the behavior

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Rendyll Turner-Brown

on 12 December 2013

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Social loafing: Social loafing in sport refers the behavior of team members in a certain sporting activity to reduce the efforts of their contribution to the team. It's thought to be caused by motivation loss and is common when several members of a team are trying to achieve the same goal through performing the same tasks. Social loafing can have disastrous consequences to sporting outcomes.
Reference: http://uk.ask.com/question/what-is-social-loafing-in-sport
What is the ringleman effect? The Ringelmann effect is a phenomenon seen in groups where individual participants in the group tend to decrease effort and coordination on projects. This has important implications for the study of group dynamics, especially for activities like sports, where effort of individual group members is key to the success of the team as a whole. Social psychologists study this and other topics through observations of groups, carefully designed experiments, and retroactive evaluation of group performance. Ref:http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-the-ringelmann-effect.htm#didyouknowout
Tug of war: any hard struggle between equally matched groups.
Group size: How big or small a group of people are.
Individual performance: Evaluating achievements against set targets of an individual is called as individual performance.Reference:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_meaning_of_individual_performance#slide2
Lack of motivation: Not enough motivation or non at all.

Why is they a lack of motivation and what is the relationship between group size and individual performance (Give a sporting example)

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