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Kraut, R. E.
Kraut, Robert
Kraut, Robert E.
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Yale University
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Action as language in a shared visual space
Applying Common Identity and Bond Theory to Design of Online Communities
Awareness Displays and Social Motivation for Coordinating Communication
C-Space: Collaborative Information Management
Communication and information:alternative uses of the Internet in households
Computer-mediated communication for intellectual teamwork: An experiment in group writing
Computerization, productivity, and quality of work-life
Coordination and virtualization: The role of electronic networks and personal relationships
Coordination in software development
Coordination of communication:effects of shared visual context on collaborative work
Coordination, overload and team performance:effects of team communication strategies
Development of Shared Mental Models and Group Performance, The
Does CSCW need organization theory?
Domesticating Computers and the Internet
Email, Gender, and Personal Relationships
Evaluating video as a technology for informal communication
Evolution of Social Ties in the Age of the Internet, The
France's grass-roots data net
Home-based white collar employment: lessons from the 1980 census
HomeNet: a field trial of residential Internet services
HomeNet: An Investigation into the Residential Internet
HomeNet field trial of residential Internet services, The
HOW BEING INTERVIEWED AFFECTS VOTING - AN EXPERIMENT
How open data networks influence business performance and market structure
impact of delayed visual feedback on collaborative performance, The
impact of home computer use on children's activities and development., The
importance of shared visual environments for collaborative tasks, The
Information and communication: Alternative uses of the Internet in households
Information Systems Research Special Issue: The Interplay Between Digital and Social Networks
Internet Evolution and Social Impact
Internet @ home, The
Internet paradox. A social technology that reduces social involvement and psychological well-being?
Internet Paradox Revisited
Interplay Between Digital and Social Networks, The
ITR: Collaborative Research: Designing On-Line Communities to Enhance Participation--Bridging Theory and Practice
ITR: Managing human attention
Language Efficiency and Visual Technology: Minimizing Collaborative Effort with Visual Information
Life and death of new technology:task, utility and social influences on the use of a communication medium
Markets for attention:will postage for email help?
Persistence matters:making the most of chat in tightly-coupled work
Pricing electronic mail to solve the problem of spam
Prospects for video telephony
Psychological research online: report of Board of Scientific Affairs' Advisory Group on the Conduct of Research on the Internet.
quality of online social relationships, The
Relationships among speech, vision, and action in collaborative physical tasks
SCROOGE AND THE GOOD SAMARITAN: THE EFFECTS OF LABELING ON GIVING TO CHARITY, THE
scrooge and the good samaritan, The ; the effects of labeling on giving to charity
Social impact of the Internet: What does it mean?
Technology Adoption and Use in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans
Telecommuting: The Trade-Offs of Home Work
Troubles With the Internet: The Dynamics of Help at Home
TV, Telephones and the Internet: The impact of residential information
Understanding email use:predicting action on a message
Usability, help desk calls, and residential Internet usage
use of visual information in shared visual spaces:informing the development of virtual co-presence, The
Using E-Mail for Personal Relationships: The Difference Gender Makes
Using social psychology to motivate contributions to online communities
Varieties of social influence: The role of utility and norms in the success of a new communication medium
Video as a technology for informal communication
Visual information as a conversational resource in collaborative physical tasks.
Watching together:integrating text chat with video
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