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group levels mosey

What are the 5 group levels identified by Ann Mosey parallel, project, ego-centric cooperative, cooperative, mature
describe Mosey's parallel level work or play alone but in the presence of others
what age range is the parallel level first seen 18-24 months (continues through adulthood)
describe Mosey's project level sharing of THE SAME short term task with 1-2 other people
what age range is the project level first seen 2-4 years (continues through adulthood)
describe Mosey's ego-centric cooperative level each member is aware of the group goals, each member is dependent on the other members to achieve the goal. each member is part of the whole group (members are individual, but dependant on group)
what age range is the ego-centric cooperative first seen 5-7 years (continues through adulthood)
describe Mosey's cooperative level members are able to express own feelings within the structure/security of the group. activity is not as important as the well being of the group. usually same sex groups. (members of group but well being of group most important)
what age range is Mosey's cooperative level first seen 9-12 years (continues through adulthood)
describe Mosey's mature level members of group take on a variety of roles. the group decides everything-rules, goals, guidelines, purpose, etc.
what age range is Mosey's mature level first seen 15-18 years (continues through adulthood)
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