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CHAPTER FIVE Unit Cohesion and Military Performance1

He suggests that esprit de corps is the counterpart to cohesion at the level of the orga-nization rather than at the level of the primary unit and that cohesion and esprit de corps are each contributors to one’s morale. Collective Efficacy or Group Potency. Cohesion should be distinguished from collective efficacy or group potency.

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