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J Psychol. 2005 Mar;139(2):101-18.

Gender influences as an impediment to knowledge sharing: when men and women fail to seek peer feedback.

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  • 1Faculty of Management, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. d.miller@uleth.ca

Abstract

Little research has considered how work team characteristics influence feedback-seeking behavior among team members. The authors' aim in this research was to identify central sources of influence on feedback-seeking behavior in a mixed-gender context. They placed men and women in work groups of varying gender composition. The participants then participated in a gender-biased (perceived as either male-oriented or female-oriented) negotiation exercise. Findings indicated that the gender of the participant, the team's gender composition, and the gender orientation of the task influenced feedback-seeking behavior among team members.

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