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Contents A1. 2 I. Groups. 2 II. Characteristics of group behavior 2 III. Functions of formal groups. 3 IV. Stages of group development 4 A2. 5 I. Learning. 5 II. How did the diverse nature of group affect the committee’s actions?. 5 III. Learning process. 6 IV. Theories of learning. 7 Ø Classical Conditioning. 7 Ø Operant Conditioning. 7 Ø Social learning theory. 7 Ø Shaping Behavior 8 A3.