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Thisfinal article presents a summary ofthefindings in thefourpreceding substantive studies, placing them in the context of the theoretical formulations underlying the work. It then discusses some of the issues involved in attempts to do research on the effects of experience and change.
A framework for integrating diverse aspects of membership dynamics is outlined, and 10 propositions about membership change and its impact on group structure, process, and performance are presented. Data from a longitudinal study of 22 small (3-to 5-person) groups are used to test some of the...
The study described in this article deals with antecedents and consequences of experienced conflict in continuing work groups. Three variables affect the level of conflict that group members experience. (a) The type of task a group is working on affects the level of experienced conflict, with...
This article explores the effectiveness of two theoretical models in predicting the effects of computer-mediated comnusnication and task type on group taskperformance. Thefirstmodel (task as moderator) predicts that the type of task on which the group is working moderates the effects of...
The study described in this article examined the integrative complexity of shared conceptualizations of group culture: how they can be distinguished from member cognitions about group culture and how they affect taskperformance over time. Twenty-two workgroups wrote weekly essays about their...
This article describes the longitudinal study on which all of the articles in this issue ofSmall Group Research are based. It begins with a discussion of why studying groups over time and under changing conditions is important. It then describes the conditions, variables, and procedures of the...
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