“An illustration of the relational event model to analyze group interaction processes” by lab members Noshir Contractor and Aaron Schecter and collaborators Andrew Pilny and Marshall Scott Poole was accepted for publication in the upcoming issue of Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice. The article applies relational event modeling to interaction processes and argues that “both emergent properties and performance are consequences of complex group interaction processes that happen in real time. As such, group process should not be treated as aggregations of interactions or simple psychological constructs.”
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Pilny, A., Schecter, A., Poole, M. S., & Contractor, N. (in press). An illustration of the relational event model to analyze group interaction processes. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice.