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In more recent studies, Marques and colleagues  have shown that this occurs more strongly with regard to ingroup full members than other members. Whereas new members of a group must prove themselves to the full members to become accepted, full members have undergone socialization and are already accepted within the group. They have more privilege than newcomers but more responsibility to help the group achieve its goals. Marginal members were once full members but lost membership because they failed to live up to the group’s expectations. They can rejoin the group if they go through re-socialization. Therefore, full members' behavior is paramount to define the ingroup's image.
Groupthink. This happens when people place a desire for consensus above their desire to reach the right decision. This prevents people from fully exploring alternative solutions.
Free riding. In this situation some group members take it easy and leave their colleagues to do all the work. Free riders may work hard independently, but limit their contributions in group situations.
Evaluation apprehension. Team members' perceptions can also create a negative group dynamic. Evaluation apprehension happens when people feel that they are being judged excessively or harshly by other group members, and they hold back their opinions as a result.