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And don't forget what may be the "original" lab studies using network
analysis, namely the MIT communication studies in the late 40's and early
50's:

 

Bavelas, A., 1950. Communication patterns in task-oriented groups. Journal
of the Accoustical Society of America 22,

725-730.

 

Leavitt, H.J., 1951. Some effects of certain communication patterns on group
performance. Journal of Abnormal and

Social Psychology 46, 38-50.

 

Frank Tutzauer, PhD 
Department of Communication 
359 Baldy Hall 
University at Buffalo 
Buffalo, NY   14260 
USA 

 

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Jessica-

 

You might also find this paper (and others by Rob Goldstone at Indiana
University) of interest: 

 

.  Goldstone, R. L., Roberts, M. E., & Gureckis, T. M. (2008).  Emergent
Processes in Group Behavior. Current Directions in Psychological Science,
17, 10-15.

 

Best,

Mike

 

 

On Dec 1, 2011, at 6:57 AM, Corten, R. (Rense) wrote:





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Hi Jessica,

You might want to look at these:

Kosfeld, M. Economic Networks in the Laboratory: A Survey Review of Network
Economics, 2004, 3, 20-41

Martijn J. Burger, Vincent Buskens, Social context and network formation: An
experimental study, Social Networks, Volume 31, Issue 1, January 2009

Rense Corten, Vincent Buskens, Co-evolution of conventions and networks: An
experimental study, Social Networks, Volume 32, Issue 1, January 2010

Best, Rense




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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 =93lab,=94 interact on a task for a period of =

time, then respond to survey questions about network relationships.

 

I welcome any suggestions!

 

Thanks,

 

Jessica

 

 

 

 

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School of Management and Labor Relations

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Rutgers University

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