VA: Information Processing


Recent publications indicate a trend in Social Psychology toward a higher degree of integration and cooperation between Social Cognition and Groups Research. Both in the United States and in Europe, the emphasis on information processes in groups is gaining importance. By introducing this conference we would like to offer a possibility for an intense international discussion on progress in small groups research.This conference will bring group researchers from all continents together in order to improve communication and facilitate information exchange, both in German speaking countries and internationally.

The conference program run from Thursday, June 25th through Sunday, the 28th, 1998. The conference has been a great success. A special issue of the journal "Group Processes and Intergroup Relations" has been published including the most interesting contributions of the conference.

Principal Investigators
Brauner, Elisabeth Dr. rer. nat. (Details) (Social Psychology and Organizational Psychology)

Duration of Project
Start date: 05/1998
End date: 12/1998

Publications
Brauner, E. & Scholl, W. (Eds.). (2000). Special issue: Information processing in groups. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 3.

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