LSLTLogical Structure of Linguistic Theory
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They were divided into a high social loafing tendency (HSLT) group (n = 35) and a low social loafing tendency (LSLT) group (n = 44).
A further post hoc test revealed that the number of uses in the HSLT group (M = 10.64, SD = 3.01) was significantly fewer than the number in the LSLT group (M = 18.38, SD = 2.92; t = 2.86, p < .01) in the group condition.
It is more important, however, that the similarity in the number of uses between the HSLT and LSLT groups in the individual task condition provides strong evidence for the trait nature of the social loafing tendency.