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Jury decision making: 45 years of empirical research on deliberating groups.
This article provides a comprehensive review of the empirical research on jury decision making published between 1955 and 1999. In total, 206 distinguishable studies involving deliberating juriesExpand
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A Meta-Analysis of Cohesion and Performance
This study extends previous work reviewing the cohesion-performance relationship by using meta-analytic techniques to assess the effects of level of analysis and task interdependence on theExpand
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A Review and Integration of Classification Systems Relevant to Teams in Organizations
Although the determinants of team effectiveness differ across team types, no taxonomy of teams has been widely accepted by researchers or practitioners. This article reviews classification schemesExpand
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Jury Decision Making: The State of the Science
1 The Lay of the Empirical Land 2 Models of Juror and Jury Decision Making 3 Jury-Related Trial Practices 4 Effects of Trial Context 5 Trial Participant Characteristics 6 The Evidence 7 DeliberationExpand
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Do they matter? A meta-analytic investigation of individual characteristics and guilt judgments.
Many people believe the personal attributes of trial participants substantially impact the decisions of juries, and considerable research has examined the extent to which characteristics of jurorsExpand
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Effects of Cognitive Ability, Task Knowledge, Information Sharing, and Conflict on Group Decision-Making Effectiveness
This article examines the effects of group composition (i.e., member task-related knowledge and cognitive ability) on information sharing, conflict, and group decision effectiveness in a complexExpand
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Teams in Organizations
This article offers a typology of team types found in organizations and reports the results of two surveys sent to U.S. organizations asking about the prevalence, duties, composition, and structureExpand
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Do Smarter Teams Do Better
This study reports the results of several meta-analyses examining the relationship between four operational definitions of cognitive ability within teams (highest member score, lowest member score,Expand
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Lower Extremity Range of Motion in the Recreational Sport Runner
The purposes of this study in the recreational runner were to describe and compare lower extremity sag ittal range of motion and vertical body displacement for slow and fast paces during treadmillExpand
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Deliberation Quality: A Preliminary Examination in Criminal Juries
Large-scale studies of the deliberation process in actual juries have been surprisingly rare, and relatively little attention has been devoted to how well juries deliberate. This study identified aExpand
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