Nominal group refers to a collection of individuals that meets only the most minimal of requirements to be considered a group, and so is a group in name only. In studies of performance, Nominal group is a control or baseline group created by having individuals work alone and then pooling their products. Likewise, Nominal group is a collection of individuals whose results are pooled but who never interact with one another.

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