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ケンブリッジ版 集団相互作用分析ハンドブック

The Cambridge Handbook of Group Interaction Analysis

(Cambridge Handbooks in Psychology)

Brauner, Elisabeth (EDT)   Boos, Margarete (EDT)   Kolbe, Michaela (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2018/08
668 p. illustrations ; 26 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107113336
装丁違いISBN: 1107533872
KCN: 1031015749
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KDC: C250 社会心理学一般
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Combines the expertise of 76 leading researchers with rich theoretical and practical knowledge.

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This is an essential reference for studying communication in teams and groups. Combining the expertise of 76 leading scholars and practitioners, and applicable across different fields, including psychology, management studies, and education, this Handbook presents the complete methodology for coding and analyzing verbal and nonverbal interaction.
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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; Section 1. 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); Section 2. 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; Section 3. 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; Section 4. 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 Munster behavior coding-system (M-BeCoSy); Section 5. Roles and Relationships: 42. BRRICS: brief romantic relationship interaction coding scheme; 43. (Family) relational communication control coding system; 44. Verbal response modes taxonomy.