As you may recall in the work of Triplett (1898), the presence of others in a bicycle race was found to enhance individual performance. This is called social facilitation (Williams, Harkins, & Karau, 2007). At times, however, the presence of others can detract from individual performance, which is termed social inhibition (Crisp & Turner, 2007). Similarly, social loafing can occur when an individualâ€™s performance within a group decreases due to his or her reliance on others in the group (Crisp & Turner, 2007). For this Discussion, review the media program, Week 5: The Virtual Office. Focus on the characters in the media and determine which characters displayed social facilitation, social inhibition, and social loafing. With these thoughts in mind: Post by Day 3 a description of the characters in the media program demonstrating social loafing, social inhibition, and social facilitation. Explain how you identified them. Then, select one of the characters and, using the current literature, explain two ways you might mitigate their behavior. Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the Learning Resources. Reference: Triplett, N. (1898). The dynoamogenic factors in pace-making and competition. American Journal of Psychology, 9, 507â€“533.