Capturing the multilevel dynamics of emergence Computational modeling, simulation, and virtual experimentation

@inproceedings{Kozlowski2016CapturingTM,
  title={Capturing the multilevel dynamics of emergence Computational modeling, simulation, and virtual experimentation},
  author={Steve W. J. Kozlowski and Georgia T Chao and James A. Grand and Michael T. Braun and G Jovana Kuljanin},
  year={2016}
}
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 have been treated in a very limited way in the research literature. In particular, treatments are largely assumed (rather than observed directly), retrospective, and static. This paper describes a research paradigm designed to examine directly the dynamics of micro-meso – individual, dyad, and… CONTINUE READING

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