Freudian Slip Group Dynamics Report Our group was called Freudian Slip and consisted of Kim Williams, Megan German, C.J. Roebke, Jennifer Elliott, Nathan Means, and Bonnie Taylor. We met at Memorial Union on Sundays, Mondays or Tuesdays, whichever day worked that week. We are all very busy and found it difficult to coordinate our schedules. We met anywhere from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm and stayed at least an hour each time. We met about six times and worked on practice problems or the project. At our third group meeting, we decided on our topic. Each of us brought in a few possible articles and we discussed each one. We chose the article that we felt had chemical and practical applications. Most group members are interested in the medical field and therefore new stroke therapies intrigued us. Each member brought new information to our meetings. We individually searched for articles and links before our group meetings so that we could be productive during our meetings. Everyone's thoughts and ideas were considered and discussed. We are all hard workers and the workload was shared evenly. For example, in the computer lab, some worked on the links while others worked on the editorial comments. Our biggest problem was scheduling. It was difficult to find an evening and time that was convenient for all. We used email to communicate about meeting plans. We did not experience any personality conflicts or members who were slackers. We were not all acquainted before this project, but we ended up working well together. This project was beneficial to us because we became acquainted with new people. Since most of our group is pursuing similar degrees, we now know people in our future classes. These relationships can be utilized in future classes and projects.