Bogert, E., Schecter, A., & Watson, R. T. (2021). Humans rely more on algorithms than social influence as a task becomes more difficult. Scientific Reports, 11, 8028. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-87480-9. (download)
Bogert, E., Schecter, A., & Watson, R. T. (in press). Preregistration of information systems research. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. (download)
Schecter, A. & Quintane, E. (in press). The power, precision, and accuracy of the relational event model. Organizational Research Methods. (download)
Brunswicker, S. & Schecter, A. (2019). Coherence or Flexibility? The Paradox of Change for Developers’ Digital Innovation Trajectory on Open Platforms. Research Policy, 48 (8), 103771. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2019.03.016. (download)
Hukal, P., Berente, N., Germonprez, M., & Schecter, A. (2019). Bots coordinating work in open source software projects. IEEE Computer, 52 (9), 52-60. https://doi.org/10.1109/MC.2018.2885970. (download)
Schecter, A., Pilny, A., Leung, A., Poole, M. S., & Contractor, N. (2018). Step by step: Capturing the dynamics of work team process through relational event sequences. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39 (9), 1163-1181. doi:10.1002/job.2247. (download)
Pilny, A., Schecter, A., Poole, M. S., Contractor, N. (2016). An illustration of the relational event model to analyze group interaction processes. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 20 (3), 181-195. doi:10.1037/gdn0000042. (download)
Archival Conference Proceedings
Bogert, E., Watson, R., & Schecter, A. (2020). Algorithmic Appreciation in Creative Tasks. Americas Conference of Information Systems (AMCIS), Salt Lake City, UT, August 10-14, 2020. (download)
Bogert, E., Watson, R., & Schecter, A. (2020). Algorithmic Appreciation across Task Difficulty. Americas Conference of Information Systems (AMCIS), Salt Lake City, UT, August 10-14, 2020. (download)
Schecter, A. & Contractor, N. (2019). Uncovering latent archetypes in digital trace data: A model and empirical example. International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), Munich, Germany, December 15-18, 2019. (download)
Schecter, A. & Contractor, N. (2019). A Dynamic Sequence Model of Information Sharing Processes in Virtual Teams. Hawaiian International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Wailea, HI, January 8-11, 2019. Awarded Best Paper, Digital and Social Media Track. (download)
Mattarelli, E., Schecter, A., Hinds, P., Contractor, N., Lu, C., & Topac, B. (2018). How Co-creation Processes Unfold and Predict Submission Quality in Crowd-based Open Innovation. International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), San Francisco, CA, December 13-16, 2018. (download)
Bogert, E., Berente, N., & Schecter, A. (2018). Digital Technology Substituting for Labor? Visual Effects and Knowledge Work in Movies. International Conference of Information Systems (ICIS), San Francisco, CA, December 13-16, 2018.
Schecter, A. & Contractor, N. (2016). Modeling the joint dynamics of relational events and individual states. IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), San Francisco, CA, August 18-21, 2016. (download)
Diesner J., Aleyasen A., Mishra S., Schecter A., Contractor N. (2014). Comparison of Communication Networks built from explicit and implicit data. Computational Approaches to Social Modeling (ChASM 2014), ACM WebScience, Blomington, IN.
Pendergraft, J., Carter, D., Trainer, H., Jones, J., Shuffler, M., DeChurch, L., Schecter, A., & Contractor, N. (forthcoming). Supporting Spaceflight Multiteam Systems throughout Long-Duration Exploration Missions: A Countermeasure Toolkit. In Landon, L., Slack, K., & Salas, R. (Eds.) Psychology and Human Performance in Space Programs: Research at the Frontier. Taylor & Francis Group.
Schecter, A., Contractor, N. (2017). Understanding and assessing collaborative processes through relational events. In Zhu, M., Kyllonen, P., & von Davier, A. (Eds.) Innovative Assessment of Collaboration, 223 – 231. Springer International Publishing.
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