Some effects of unequal distribution of information upon group performance in various communication nets


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Abstract

“The purposes of the present experiment were (a) to test the effects of unequal distribution of information upon leadership, morale, and problem-solution efficiency in various communication nets, and (b) to check the findings of previous investigations, using a set of slightly more complex problems and different communication nets. It was believed that the primary source of differential forces would be centrality, and that increasing or decreasing the amount of information initially assigned to a given position would be equivalent to respectively increasing or decreasing the centrality index of that position.” (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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