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sucker effect

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The finding that some individuals will reduce their individual effort when working on a group task because they fear becoming, or being seen as, a ‘sucker’, i.e. someone who contributes more to the group than others but receives the same reward. See also collective effort model; Ringelmann effect; social loafing.

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