Academic references for CAT
References (when using CAT)
If you use CAT (Communication Analysis Tool) for your research, please acknowledge that this tool was developed by researchers from the "Centre of Transformative Work Design". You can include one of the following references (depending on what is appropriate) in the reports, papers or publications for which you have used CAT during data collection.
Klonek, F.E., Meinecke, A., Hay, G., & Parker, S. (2020). Capturing team dynamics in the wild: The communication analysis tool. Small Group Research. Doi: 10.1177/1046496420904126
Klonek, F.E., Gerpott, F., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., & Parker, S. (2019). Time to go wild: How to conceptualize and measure process dynamics in real teams with high resolution? Organizational Psychology Review. Advance online publication: 10.1177/2041386619886674
Centre for Transformative Work Design, University of Western Australia & Curtin University / Curtin University (2018). Communication Analysis Tool (CAT, Version 2.0, [update version]) [Mobile application software]. Retrieved from https://cat.ctwd.com.au/
Klonek, F. E., Hay, G., Parker, S. (2018, April). The big data of social dynamics at work: A technology-based application. Academy of Management, Specialized Conference: Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy, Surrey, 18 – 20th of April 2018
Klonek, F. E., Gerpott, F. H., Parker, S. (2018, May). Introducing a process-focused measurement application to capture temporal dynamics of leader-follower ambidexterity. 3rd Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Leadership Symposium, Creete, 10 – 12th of May 2018
Klonek, F. E., & Parker, S. (2018, August). Understanding the social and emergent dynamics of work design: An observational ecological assessment approach. In Parker, S. (Chair), New Perspectives in Work Design Symposium, presentation at the annual Academy of Management Conference 2018, Chicago, Illinois.
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