Team-Track: A Tool For Investigating Tracking Performance In Teams
Abbreviated Journal Title
Behav. Res. Methods Instr. Comput.
Psychology, Mathematical; Psychology, Experimental
Team performance and coordination have gained considerable interest in disparate fields (e.g., aviation, process control, medicine, and wartime operations). Team-Track, a C program that allows controlled experimental manipulation of team conditions, was developed to meet the research needs resulting from this interest. Using Team-Track, one can manipulate task interdependence, team staffing, relative contributions of team members, communications, and informational displays in a low-cost environment. The dependent measure of performance generated by the program is the absolute tracking error along each dimension. The program is ideal for investigating team interactions as it allows for orthogonal manipulation of team variables, therefore accommodating a multitude of research paradigms.
Behavior Research Methods Instruments & Computers
"Team-Track: A Tool For Investigating Tracking Performance In Teams" (1996). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 3045.