Wall Satisfaction Questionnaire

Wall & Nolan‚ 1986
1. I felt my ideas were stifled by the group.
2. My enthusiasm to work with the group was low.
3. I only stayed with my group because I had to do so.
4. I came away from most of my group meetings feeling resentful toward the group.
5. I would describe my amount of frustration‚ due to the behavior of other group members‚ as “very high”.
6. Overall‚ I am satisfied with my group’s performance for the project.
7. I am satisfied with the quality of my group’s work.
8. I came away from most of my group’s meetings feeling good about our work.
9. Overall‚ I would describe my interactions with other group members as “very satisfying”.
10. I am very frustrated with the quality of my group’s work.
7-point-Likert (1 = extreme dissatisfaction to 7 = extreme satisfaction)
This instrument can be found at: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED309464.pdf

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Key ton‚ Joann. (1989). Evaluating Group satisfaction as a Situational Variable. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern States Communication Association (Louisville‚ KY‚ April 6-8‚ 1989).