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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
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Jessica R. Methot, PhD
>> Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management
>> School of Management and Labor Relations
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>> Rutgers University
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