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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Mere Presence Effect

The mere presence effect is directly related to social facilitation as the core aspect of this facilitation phenomenon.  Mere presence simply means that people present as a passive audience or as co-actors and they do not compete, do not reward or punish, and in fact do nothing.  The drive theory explained that the mere presence of other people may enhance or hinder an individual’s performance.

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