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Measurement invariance: Review of practice and implications
The dynamics of team cognition: A process-oriented theory of knowledge emergence in teams.
- James A Grand, Michael T. Braun, G. Kuljanin, S. Kozlowski, Georgia T Chao
- Psychology, BusinessThe Journal of applied psychology
- 8 August 2016
A process-oriented theory of team knowledge emergence is evaluated that demonstrates that agent teams generate collectively shared knowledge more effectively when members are capable of processing information more efficiently and when teams follow communication strategies that promote equal rates of information sharing across members.
Design : Capturing the Dynamics of Emergence
Quantitative multilevel research has advanced organizational science, but is limited because the focus is incomplete. Most research examines top-down, contextual, cross-level relationships. Emergent…
Advancing Multilevel Research Design
It is argued that direct quantitative approaches, largely represented by computational modeling or agent-based simulation, have much to offer with respect to illuminating the mechanisms of emergence as a dynamic process, and illustrated how indirect and direct approaches can be complementary and, appropriately integrated, have the potential to substantially advance theory and research.
Mortality From the Influenza Pandemic of 1918–1919: The Case of India
The new estimates suggest that for the districts included in the sample, mortality was at most 13.88 million, compared with 17.21 million when calculated using the assumptions of Davis (1951), concluding that Davis’ influential estimate of mortality from influenza in British India is overstated by at least 24%.
Special Considerations for the Acquisition and Wrangling of Big Data
The current article provides a concise definition of big data and addresses each of these novel challenges and concepts related to big data acquisition and wrangling, specifically focusing on providing guidance and recommendations.
Capturing the multilevel dynamics of emergence
Emergent phenomena—those that manifest bottom-up from the psychological characteristics, perceptions, and interactions among individuals—are a fundamental dynamic process in multilevel theory, but…
A model of career success: A longitudinal study of emergency physicians
A geographic analysis of population density thresholds in the influenza pandemic of 1918–19
- Siddharth Chandra, E. Kassens-Noor, G. Kuljanin, Joshua J. Vertalka
- EconomicsInternational Journal of Health Geographics
- 20 February 2013
A sample-splitting method embedded within a population growth model is used to estimate a level of population density above which policies to socially distance, redistribute or quarantine populations are likely to be more effective than they are for areas with population densities that lie below the threshold.
A cautionary note on modeling growth trends in longitudinal data.
A data analytic strategy is proposed to help researchers avoid making inaccurate inferences when observed trends may be due to stochastic processes.