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Have any of you who have done this had IRB/human subjects problems?
On Mon, 28 Apr 2003, Steven Corman wrote:
> Some time ago, I published a paper that described and validated a method for
> detecting face-to-face communication by processing audio signals from
> wireless mikes. See
> Corman, S. R., & Scott, C. R. (1994). A synchronous digital signal
> processing method for detecting face-to-face organizational communication
> behavior. Social Networks, 16, 163-179.
> At the time, the method wasn't really practical, but lately digital
> recorders that run for long periods of time have become available and cheap.
> We've been collecting data in a small organization for about 6 months now
> using such a system. We're looking at the perceived vs. observable
> communication problem and are working on a model dealing with that.
> Best regards,
> Steven R. (Steve) Corman
> Professor, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Arizona State
> Visiting Professor, Fakultaet fuer Informatik, University of Karlsruhe
> Vice-chair, Organizational Communication Division, International
> Communication Association
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