Testing the babble hypothesis: Speaking time predicts leader emergence in small groups

  title={Testing the babble hypothesis: Speaking time predicts leader emergence in small groups},
  author={Neil G. MacLaren and Francis J. Yammarino and Shelley D. Dionne and Hiroki Sayama and Michael D. Mumford and Shane Connelly and Robert Martin and Tyler J. Mulhearn and E. Michelle Todd and Ankita Kulkarni and Yiding Cao and Gregory A. Ruark},
  journal={Leadership Quarterly},

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