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What Makes a Strong Team?: Using Collective Intelligence to Predict Team Performance in League of Legends
- Young Ji Kim, David Engel, A. Woolley, J. Lin, Naomi McArthur, T. Malone
- 25 February 2017
In this study of teams playing the online game League of Legends, it is found that CI does, indeed, predict the competitive performance of teams controlling for the amount of time played as a team.
Deep Structures of Collaboration: Physiological Correlates of Collective Intelligence and Group Satisfaction
Synchrony in facial expressions was associated with CI and synchrony in electrodermal activity with group satisfaction and various forms of synchrony mediated the effect of member diversity and social perceptiveness on CI and group satisfaction.
Collective Intelligence in Computer-Mediated Collaboration Emerges in Different Contexts and Cultures
The CI metric provides a generalizable performance measure for groups that is robust to broad changes in media, context, and culture, making it useful for testing the effects of general-purpose collaboration technologies intended to improve group performance.
Online Social Influence: Past, Present, and Future
Social influence research has flourished for more than five decades. This chapter presents a comprehensive yet selective review of social influence research, demarcated by three points in…
Quantifying collective intelligence in human groups
- Christoph Riedl, Young Ji Kim, Pranav Gupta, T. Malone, A. Woolley
- PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 17 May 2021
It is shown that CI is predicted by the proportion of women in the group, mediated by average social perceptiveness of group members, and that it predicts performance on various out-of-sample criterion tasks, and it is found that, overall, group collaboration process is more important in predicting CI than the skill of individual members.
What Makes a Strong Team? Collective Intelligence Predicts Team Performance in League of Legends
Recent research has demonstrated that (a) groups can be characterized by a collective intelligence (CI) factor that measures their ability to perform well together on a wide range of different task...
Speaking out of turn: How video conferencing reduces vocal synchrony and collective intelligence
It is shown that, contrary to popular belief, the presence of visual cues surprisingly has no effect on CI; furthermore, teams without visual cues are more successful in synchronizing their vocal cues and speaking turns, and when they do so, they have higher CI.
Dynamics of collective performance in collaboration networks
- V. Amelkin, Omid Askarisichani, Young Ji Kim, T. Malone, Ambuj K. Singh
- BusinessPloS one
- 10 October 2018
This study analyzes the dynamics of historical team performance over a series of tasks as well as the fine-grained patterns of collaboration between team members, and formally connects these dynamics to the team performance in the predictive models.
Visualized Automatic Feedback in Virtual Teams
The research on feedback in distributed teams is reviewed and integrated with the research on awareness systems, and it is demonstrated that the effort visualization tool increases team effort and improves the performance in teams with a low proportion of highly conscientious members, but not in Teams with a high proportion ofhighly conscientious members.