Group Interaction in High Risk Environments

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Rainer Dietrich, Traci Michelle Childress
Ashgate Pub., 2004 - Social Science - 290 pages
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"This book is about how teams function in just such situations, providing a uniquely integrated and interdisciplinary account of the dynamics and main explanatory factors of team interaction under high workload. The book stems from the interdisciplinary research projects 'Group Interaction in High Risk Environments' (GIHRE), a Collegium of the Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz Foundation. The goals of the project, and therefore the book, are to investigate, analyze and understand the behavior of professional groups working in high risk environments and to develop practical suggestions for enhancing performance.".

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Group Interaction under Threat and High Workload
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Behavioral Markers in Analyzing Team Performance of Cockpit Crews
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The Effects of Different Forms of Coordination on Coping with Workload
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