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The Cambridge Handbook of Group Interaction Analysis

The Cambridge Handbook of Group Interaction Analysis

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Joann Keyton, Simone Kauffeld, Annika L. Meinecke, Valentín Escudero, Myrna L. Friedlander, Minsun Lee, Michaela Kolbe, Margarete Boos, Zhike Lei, Judee Burgoon, Norah Dunbar, Joanna Setchell, Michael A. Rosen, Aaron Dietz, Sadaf Kazi, Elisabeth Brauner, Franziska Tschan, Jasmin Zimmermann, Norbert Semmer, Natasha Reed, Yvonne Metzger, Sarah Zobel, Julia Seelandt, Michael Glüer, Oliver Rack, Carmen Zahn, Magdalena Mateescu, Vicenç Quera, Magnus S. Magnusson, Joseph A. Bonito, Sarah M. Staggs, Marshall Scott Poole, Julia Koch, Frank Ritz, Cornelia Kleindienst, Jonas Brüngger, Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Carsten C. Schermuly, Janice R. Kelly, Maayan Dvir, Danielle M. Parsons, Christina Sommer, Susannah B. F. Paletz, Christian D. Schunn, Jeanne Brett, Jingjing Yao, Zhi-Xue Zhang, Alan L. Sillars, Sandra Keller,Cornelia Schoor, Chia-Yu Kou, Sarah Harvey, Maree J. Davies, Katharina Kiemer, Adam Dalgleish, Erin Marie Furtak, J. Lukas Thürmer, Frank Wieber, Thomas Schultze, Stefan Schulz-Hardt, Samuel Farley, Rose Evison, Neil Rackham, Rod Nicolson, Jeremy Dawson, José Navarro, Rocío Meneses, Marc Grünberg, Jana Mattern, Katharina Geukes, Albrecht C. P. Küfner, Mitja D. Back, Mikhila N. Wildey, S. Alexandra Burt, Laurie Heatherington, William B. Stiles
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  • Publication planned for: September 2018
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107533875

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  • This Handbook provides a compendium of research methods that are essential for studying interaction and communication across the behavioral sciences. Focusing on coding of verbal and nonverbal behavior and interaction, the Handbook is organized into five parts. • Part I provides an introduction and historic overview of the field. • Part II presents areas in which interaction analysis is used, such as relationship research, group research, and nonverbal research. • Part III focuses on development, validation, and concrete application of interaction coding schemes. • Part IV presents relevant data analysis methods and statistics. • Part V contains systematic descriptions of established and novel coding schemes, which allows quick comparison across instruments. Researchers can apply this methodology to their own interaction data and learn how to evaluate and select coding schemes and conduct interaction analysis. This is an essential reference for all who study communication in teams and groups.

    • Combines the expertise of 76 leading researchers with rich theoretical and practical knowledge
    • The book is applicable to different areas across many disciplines of the behavioral sciences, including psychology, management studies, communication, and education
    • Presents a unique collection of coding schemes developed to study various constructs relevant to interaction research
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    Advance praise: ‘The Cambridge Handbook of Group Interaction Analysis is an essential compendium that thoroughly covers this increasingly important team dynamics research methodology. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned expert, there are nuggets of wisdom in this collection written by a broad collection of experts. If you study team process dynamics, you need this book on your shelf.' Steve W. J. Kozlowski, Michigan State University

    Advance praise: 'This superb handbook offers a compelling case for the benefits of interaction analysis. Stellar contributors from numerous disciplines clearly and comprehensively explicate the methods and analytic techniques of interaction analysis, review established coding schemes, and discuss interpenetration with theory. A 'must have' resource for established scholars in the area and for newcomers.' David R. Seibold, University of California, Santa Barbara

    Advance praise: 'Brauner, Boos, and Kolbe have assembled a multidisciplinary group of experts, setting the stage for creation of a truly interdisciplinary scholarship of interaction analysis. They’ve produced a volume rich in methods and theory, yet steeped in the deep history of interaction analysis. Building from a strong evidentiary base, and accessible to a wide variety of stakeholders, this volume will serve as an indispensable guide for years to come and help accelerate our understanding of interactions in their many forms and how they contribute to social, cognitive, and emotional outcomes.' Stephen M. Fiore, University of Central Florida, Past-president of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INGRoup)

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    • Publication planned for: September 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107533875
    • dimensions: 247 x 174 mm
    • contains: 73 b/w illus.
    • availability: Not yet published - available from September 2018
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Background and Theory:
    1. Interaction analysis: an introduction
    2. History of group interaction research
    Part II. Application Areas of Interaction Analysis:
    3. Dyadic interaction analysis
    4. Observing group interaction: the benefits of taking group dynamics seriously
    5. Unpacking the structures of team interaction patterns
    6. Coding nonverbal behavior
    7. Behavioral coding in animals
    8. Beyond coding interaction: new horizons in interaction analysis
    Part III. Methodology and Procedures of Interaction Analysis:
    9. Coding interaction: a technical introduction
    10. Rules for coding scheme development
    11. Unitizing verbal interaction data for coding: rules and reliability
    12. Quality control: assessing reliability and validity
    13. Software for coding and analyzing interaction processes
    Part IV. Data Analysis and Data Presentation:
    14. Coding and counting – frequency analysis for group interaction research
    15. Analysis of interaction sequences
    16. Temporal patterns in interactions: T-patterns and their detection with THEMEtm
    17. Interdependence in small group discussion
    18. Coding and analyzing multiple levels
    19. Introduction to machine learning: teaching computers to code group interaction data
    20. Tint – a technique for visualizing team processes
    Part V. Coding Schemes for Interaction Research: General Group Process Systems:
    21. The advanced interaction analysis for teams (act4teams) coding scheme
    22. Discussion Coding System (DCS)
    23. Interaction Process Analysis (IPA)
    24. TEMPO: a time-based system for analysis of group interaction process
    Argument, Conflict, and Negotiations:
    25. Argument – a category system for analyzing argumentation in group discussions
    26. Group working relationships coding system
    27. Micro-conflict coding scheme
    28. Offer: behaviorally coding indirect and direct information exchange in negotiations
    29. Verbal tactics coding scheme (Vtcs)
    Coordination and Coherence:
    30. Coco – a category system for coding coherence in conversations
    31. Co-act – a framework for observing coordination behavior in acute care teams
    32. So-Dic-Or: simultaneous observation of distractions and communication in the operating room
    Cognition and Meta-Cognition:
    33. Casorl – coding scheme for the analysis of socially regulated learning
    34. Coding scheme for group creativity
    35. Analyzing critical thinking in group constellations: from discourse analysis to analyzing social modes of thinking
    36. Identifying teacher and student contributions during assessment conversations: the elevate coding scheme
    37. In search of synergy in group decisions: coding hidden profile discussions
    38. Trawis – coding transactive knowledge and knowledge exchange
    Personality and Team Behavior:
    39. The behavior analysis coding system – an applied, real-time approach for measuring and improving interactive skills
    40. Groupness/entitativity observational coding (Geoc): a coding system to assess groupness or entitativity in groups
    41. Assessing group interactions in personality psychology: the Münster behavior coding-system (M-BeCoSy)
    Roles and Relationships:
    42. BRRICS: brief romantic relationship interaction coding scheme
    43. (Family) relational communication control coding system
    44. Verbal response modes taxonomy.

  • Editors

    Elisabeth Brauner, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
    Elisabeth Brauner is full Professor of Psychology at Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York. She is past-Head of the Ph.D. Program in Cognition, Brain, and Behavior at the Graduate Center, CUNY, and Director of two M.A. programs in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Brooklyn College. Her research on team processes focuses on group interaction for the purpose of developing transactive memory, as well as on the development of research methods for applied psychological research.

    Margarete Boos, University of Göttingen
    Margarete Boos is full Professor of Psychology and Head of the Department of Social and Communication Psychology at the Institute for Psychology, University of G�ttingen. Her research focuses on group psychology, especially coordination and leadership in teams, computer-mediated communication, and distributed teams, as well as on methods for interaction and communication analysis.

    Michaela Kolbe, ETH Zürich
    Michaela Kolbe is a member of the faculty at ETH Zurich and the Director of the Simulation Center for the University Hospital Zurich. She has been studying team processes for many years, with particular research interest in the social dynamics of �peaking up' across the authority gradient and across disciplines in healthcare. She publishes widely in psychological, healthcare, and simulation journals and books, and she is a member of the Editorial Board of BMJ STEL and Associate Editor of Advances in Simulation.

    Contributors

    Joann Keyton, Simone Kauffeld, Annika L. Meinecke, Valentín Escudero, Myrna L. Friedlander, Minsun Lee, Michaela Kolbe, Margarete Boos, Zhike Lei, Judee Burgoon, Norah Dunbar, Joanna Setchell, Michael A. Rosen, Aaron Dietz, Sadaf Kazi, Elisabeth Brauner, Franziska Tschan, Jasmin Zimmermann, Norbert Semmer, Natasha Reed, Yvonne Metzger, Sarah Zobel, Julia Seelandt, Michael Glüer, Oliver Rack, Carmen Zahn, Magdalena Mateescu, Vicenç Quera, Magnus S. Magnusson, Joseph A. Bonito, Sarah M. Staggs, Marshall Scott Poole, Julia Koch, Frank Ritz, Cornelia Kleindienst, Jonas Brüngger, Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Carsten C. Schermuly, Janice R. Kelly, Maayan Dvir, Danielle M. Parsons, Christina Sommer, Susannah B. F. Paletz, Christian D. Schunn, Jeanne Brett, Jingjing Yao, Zhi-Xue Zhang, Alan L. Sillars, Sandra Keller,Cornelia Schoor, Chia-Yu Kou, Sarah Harvey, Maree J. Davies, Katharina Kiemer, Adam Dalgleish, Erin Marie Furtak, J. Lukas Thürmer, Frank Wieber, Thomas Schultze, Stefan Schulz-Hardt, Samuel Farley, Rose Evison, Neil Rackham, Rod Nicolson, Jeremy Dawson, José Navarro, Rocío Meneses, Marc Grünberg, Jana Mattern, Katharina Geukes, Albrecht C. P. Küfner, Mitja D. Back, Mikhila N. Wildey, S. Alexandra Burt, Laurie Heatherington, William B. Stiles

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