Accession Number : ADA116915

Title :   Experimental Analysis of Team Performance: Methodological Developments and Research Results.

Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,

Corporate Author : JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV BALTIMORE MD DEPT OF PSYCHIATRY

Personal Author(s) : Emurian,Henry H ; Brady,Joseph V ; Ray,R L ; Meyerhoff,James L ; Mougey,Edward H

PDF Url : ADA116915

Report Date : 06 Jul 1982

Pagination or Media Count : 57

Abstract : This report presents a description of a programmed environment research laboratory that was designed and constructed to support functional analyses of individual and team performance effectiveness viewed conceptually within the context of a small-scale microsociety. The technical and organizational merits of a behavioral program, which structures team members' use of resources in a disciplined yet meaningful way, are suggested as a promising solution to the problem of motivating and monitoring individual and team performances. Summarized are previous research emphases and findings as are more recent analyses of effects of replacing an established team participant with a novitiate team member. Finally, the results of such a 'replacement analysis, which was undertaken with a Team Multiple Task Performance Battery (TMTPB), are presented to demonstrate the dynamic interplay between individual and team performance effectiveness. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Teams(Personnel), *Performance(Human), *Jobs, Group dynamics, Functional analysis, Monitoring, Skills, Motivation, Interpersonal relations, Operational effectiveness, Confined environments, Human factors engineering, Replacement, Research facilities, Laboratory tests, Computer programs, Naval research

Subject Categories : Psychology
      Personnel Management and Labor Relations

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE