Relational Development in Computer-Supported Groups 1

@inproceedings{2002RelationalDI,
  title={Relational Development in Computer-Supported Groups 1},
  author={},
  year={2002}
}
  • Published 2002
This study examines how group attitudes and outcomes evolve over time with repeated use of a group support system. Social Information Processing (SIP) theory, which suggests that relational intimacy may take longer to develop in computer-supported groups, was used as the basis for testing a temporally bounded model of group behavior. The basic argument… CONTINUE READING