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... dynamics As a member of a “small, autonomous (and) voluntary” peer group of a local performing music band, I interacted constantly with the other members of the group for a period of time and experienced “affective ties” with all the members of the group (Moreland and Levine, 1982, p.139). We, the members always had a “common frame of reference” and we were totally “behaviorally interdependent” (Moreland and Levine, 1982, p.139). When I became the member of this group, I did a lot of evaluation by paying attention to assess to what extent, the group and the individuals within, showed “rewardingness” towards me and to what extent the group and the members met my expectations. This was primarily about ...