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What is a key difference between groupthink and group polarization?


In groupthink, the group comes to a positive outcome, while in group polarization the result is negative.


In groupthink, the group functions well, whereas in group polarization the group fights.


In groupthink, people start thinking alike, whereas in group polarization, people start to think differently.


In groupthink, people stay quiet because they fear a strong leader, while in group polarization people speak up because of a lack of a strong leader.


In groupthink, the group needs to come to a decision, whereas in group polarization, people are discussing their individual views.

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