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Justin Jones

Research Interests:

My research primarily falls within the realm of computational social science. As such, I endeavor to use methodologies such as computational modeling and social network analysis in order to conduct scientific inquires into the underpinnings and temporal/multi-level dynamics of emergent phenomena, with a particular emphasis on cognition within teams and multi-team systems. 

Selected Publications:
  1. Jones, J.M., Mohan, G., Trainer, H.M. & Carter, D.R. (2018). The changing nature of teams: Recommendations for managing 21st century teamwork. In B. Hoffman, M. Shoss, & L. Wegman (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Changing Nature of Work.
Education:

M.S., Western Kentucky University, Industrial-Organizational Psychology

B.A., Quinnipiac University, Psychology (Industrial-Organizational Concentration)

Other Affiliations:

Major Professor


Dorothy Carter

Assistant Professor, Industrial-Organizational Program

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