Master of Arts (M.A.)
Degree Granting Department
Michael T. Braun, Ph.D.
Michael D. Coovert, Ph.D.
Joe A. Vandello, Ph.D.
coordination, communication, teams
This paper focuses on understanding the development of quality of intra-team processes. Utilizing semester-long project teams, social networks were used to measure the information sharing and coordination between all pairs of members with the teams. Dyadic-level homophily on the personality traits of agreeableness, extraversion, and openness to experience were used to predict the quality of these dyadic processes. Additionally, data from 11 weeks were used to examine whether the personality-process relationships change during the life cycle of the team.
Scholar Commons Citation
Falcon, Christina N., "Personality and Process: The Role of Dyadic Homophily" (2019). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.