Task Complexity and Deception Detection in a Collaborative Group Setting

@article{Giordano2005TaskCA,
  title={Task Complexity and Deception Detection in a Collaborative Group Setting},
  author={Gabriel A. Giordano and Joey F. George},
  journal={Proceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2005},
  pages={19c-19c}
}
Deception and deception detection have become important research areas in business. However, little deception research has looked at the computer-mediated group settings that many organizational decisions are made in today. Further, past research has not looked at the influence of task complexity, a key part of group decision processes, on deception. This study looked at these unexplored areas by conducting an experiment to measure the effects of task complexity on group deception detection and… CONTINUE READING

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