Scientists at Gallup are studying what makes groups work. Researchers across the social and behavioral sciences have long studied what makes groups tick and have come up with hundreds of different factors. In this experiment, we're recruiting thousands of groups to participate in a complex study meant to test over 150 of the most important hypotheses all at once. We want to know which matters most.
This study requires 14 participants. Once you click play the game will start loading. Give it about 15-20 seconds to start. You will:
You can participate as many times as you like! You can skip the tutorial after your first play through
Humans are social creatures. The better we are at working together, the more creative, intelligent, and challenging the things we can accomplish are. Great teams build rocket ships, make laws, and win championships. We want to know what makes these great teams different.
Almost everyone works in teams, were educated in groups and classes in school, marry into a team we call family. Our research will help shed light on what makes all of these types of teams better. And, if we know what makes good teams tick, perhaps we can make the teams in our own lives better.
Contact Gallup's World Lab Support Team - WorldLab@Gallup.com. They will answer any questions about this study and upcoming experiments.
This study has been approved by Gallup's review board. For further details, please contact Camille Lloyd, Gallup Human Research Protections Program: Camille_Lloyd@gallup.com.
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