PSYC 305 Obamacare Assignment

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PSYC 305 Obamacare Assignment
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PSYC 305 Obamacare Assignment

PSYC 305 Obamacare Assignment

A+ Week 5

  1. to continue to work in your team with a new leader and members in other roles, all that were specified in Week 2 assignment, for Week 5, and
  2. to participate fully in completing a PowerPoint based on research conducted by your team on the phenomenon of groupthink and at least 3 scenarios/examples in which groupthink has had significant negative consequence.

Tasks and Deliverables

Read the section on “Avoiding groupthink” in the Manning and Curtis book, pp. 256–258. With your team, investigate multiple examples of groupthink and present information about the phenomenon and at least 3 scenarios / examples (other than the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster) in a PowerPoint presentation. Your presentation must cover examples/ scenarios in which groupthink has had a significant consequence.

PowerPoint advice: Every slide should have clear, readable text no smaller than 28 point font; remember to limit your use of full sentences. Each slide should also have some kind of visual to enhance the communication of that content. Using APA guidelines cite your sources, including in-text citations. The professional team product includes an introduction, multiple content slides, and a conclusion, as well as a reference slide. Better products usually have about 15 to 20 slides (four or five from each student). You may need more for more complex products. More detailed guidelines on presentation techniques is provided in a document “PowerPoint dos and don’ts” in Doc sharing.

Preview: Total of 19 Slides

ObamaCare or The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is purportedly an example of Groupthink gone wrong (Netadvisor.org, Sep 2013). It represents two groupthink scenarios:

Illusion of unanimity– occurs when a group submits to psychological pressures to think alike and unite around a decision. Any potential…