Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice

Research Methods

Vol. 2, No. 4, December 1998
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The articles in this issue describe how the problems associated with studying groups can be turned into advantages.

Articles in this issue

Methodological Advances in the Study of Group Dynamics
Pages 211–212
Forsyth, Donelson R.

Meta-Analysis and the Study of Group Dynamics
Pages 213–229
Mullen, Brian; Driskell, James E.; Salas, Eduardo

Studying Group Dynamics With the Social Relations Model
Pages 230–240
Marcus, David K.

Methods for the Measurement of Consensual Beliefs Within Groups
Pages 241–252
Conway III, Lucian Gideon; Schaller, Mark

Small Group Dynamics: The Utility of Focus Group Discussions as a Research Method
Pages 253–266
Seal, David Wyatt; Bogart, Laura M.; Ehrhardt, Anke A.

Introducing SAGA: Structural Analysis of Group Arguments
Pages 267–284
Reicher, Stephen; Sani, Fabio

Levels of Analysis Issues in Group Psychology: Using Efficacy as an Example of a Multilevel Model
Pages 285–298
Moritz, Sandra E.; Watson, Carl B.

Hierarchical Linear Modeling and the "Unit of Analysis" Problem: A Solution for Analyzing Responses of Intact Group Members
Pages 299–312
Pollack, Bonnie N.

Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling to Analyze Grouped Data
Pages 313–320
Nezlek, John B.; Zyzniewski, Linda E.

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