Charlan Jeanne Nemeth
Charlan Jeanne Nemeth
Professor of Graduate School, Univ of California Berkeley
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Differential contributions of majority and minority influence.
CJ Nemeth
Psychological review 93 (1), 23, 1986
20521986
The tradeoffs of social control and innovation in groups and organizations
CJ Nemeth, BM Staw
Advances in experimental social psychology 22, 175-210, 1989
6831989
Managing innovation: When less is more
CJ Nemeth
California management review 40 (1), 59-74, 1997
5381997
Creative problem solving as a result of majority vs minority influence
CJ Nemeth, J Wachtler
European Journal of Social Psychology 13 (1), 45-55, 1983
5001983
Minority influence, divergent thinking and detection of correct solutions
CJ Nemeth, JL Kwan
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 17 (9), 788-799, 1987
3861987
Devil's advocate versus authentic dissent: Stimulating quantity and quality
C Nemeth, K Brown, J Rogers
European Journal of Social Psychology 31 (6), 707-720, 2001
3352001
Dissent as driving cognition, attitudes, and judgments
CJ Nemeth
Social Cognition 13 (3), 273-291, 1995
3341995
The liberating role of conflict in group creativity: A study in two countries
CJ Nemeth, B Personnaz, M Personnaz, JA Goncalo
European journal of social psychology 34 (4), 365-374, 2004
3192004
Better than individuals
C Nemeth, B Nemeth-Brown
Group creativity: Innovation through collaboration 4, 63-84, 2003
3092003
Originality of word associations as a function of majority vs. minority influence
CJ Nemeth, JL Kwan
Social Psychology Quarterly, 277-282, 1985
2711985
Minority dissent as a stimulant to group performance
CJ Nemeth
Group process and productivity 95, 111, 1992
2281992
Creating the perceptions of consistency and confidence: A necessary condition for minority influence
C Nemeth, J Wachtler
Sociometry, 529-540, 1974
2111974
Dissent and the search for information
C Nemeth, J Rogers
British Journal of Social Psychology 35 (1), 67-76, 1996
2061996
Interactions between jurors as a function of majority vs. unanimity decision rules
C Nemeth
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 7 (1), 38-56, 1977
1891977
Focus versus flexibility majority and minority influence can both improve performance
RS Peterson, CJ Nemeth
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 22 (1), 14-23, 1996
1821996
DISSENT, GROUP PROCESS, AND
CJ Nemeth
Advances in group processes 2, 57-75, 1985
1811985
Patterning of the minority's responses and their influence on the majority
C Nemeth, M Swedlund, B Kanki
European Journal of Social Psychology 4 (1), 53-64, 1974
1751974
Improving Decision Making by Means of Dissent1
CJ Nemeth, JB Connell, JD Rogers, KS Brown
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 31 (1), 48-58, 2001
1622001
A simulated jury study: Characteristics of the defendant and the jurors
C Nemeth, RH Sosis
The Journal of Social Psychology 90 (2), 221-229, 1973
1591973
A critical analysis of research utilizing the prisoner's dilemma paradigm for the study of bargaining
C Nemeth
Advances in experimental social psychology 6, 203-234, 1972
1591972
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