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Hey Jessica,

Here are few citations on classic experimental network research that came out of MIT concerning network structure and task performance (and a reanalysis by Guetzkow and Simon).  Best,  Michael


Bavelas, A., 1950. Communication
Patterns in Task-Oriented Groups. The Journal of Acoustical Society of America
22, 271-282.

Guetzkow, H., Simon, H.A., 1955. The
Impact of Certain Communication Nets Upon Organization and Performance in
Task-Oriented Groups. Management Science 1, 233-250.

Leavitt, H.J., 1951. Some effects of
certain communication patterns on group performance. Journal of Abnormal and
Social Psychology 46, 38-50.




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Hi all,
I am curious if anyone knows of published studies using
social network analysis in a laboratory setting. For example, studies in which
individuals participate in an experimental design where they may be assigned to
teams in a “lab,” interact on a task for a period of time, then respond to
survey questions about network relationships.
I welcome any suggestions!
Thanks,
Jessica 




Jessica R. Methot, PhD
Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management
School of Management and Labor Relations
Janice H. Levin Bldg., Room 209
Rutgers University
94 Rockafeller Road, Livingston Campus
Piscataway, NJ 08854
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