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The impacts of testosterone and group diversity on group performance


Some research has suggested that groups of people working on a task can do better if the group is more diverse, since diverse group members can suggest more creative ideas and make better decisions. At the same time, diverse groups can have more conflict than less diverse groups, possibly eliminating those benefits. This dataset is from a study that attempted to understand these factors and how they relate to the testosterone levels of members of the group. 

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