Influencing group participation with a shared display

@inproceedings{DiMicco2004InfluencingGP,
  title={Influencing group participation with a shared display},
  author={Joan Morris DiMicco and Anna Pandolfo and Walter Bender},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2004}
}
During face-to-face interactions, groups frequently overly rely on the dominant viewpoint to lead the group in its decision-making process. We begin with a discussion of this phenomenon and the possibility for technology to assist in addressing it. We then present findings from a behavioral study that examines how a shared display of individual speaker-participation rates can impact the behavior of the group during a collaboration task. The results from the study indicate that the presence of… CONTINUE READING
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