Pamela Hinds
Pamela Hinds
Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University
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Understanding conflict in geographically distributed teams: The moderating effects of shared identity, shared context, and spontaneous communication
PJ Hinds, M Mortensen
Organization science 16 (3), 290-307, 2005
Out of sight, out of sync: Understanding conflict in distributed teams
PJ Hinds, DE Bailey
Organization science 14 (6), 615-632, 2003
Team diversity and information use
KB Dahlin, LR Weingart, PJ Hinds
Academy of management journal 48 (6), 1107-1123, 2005
Distributed work
P Hinds, S Kiesler
MIT press, 2002
Managing distances and differences in geographically distributed work groups.
DJ Armstrong, P Cole
American Psychological Association, 1995
Conflict and shared identity in geographically distributed teams
M Mortensen, PJ Hinds
International Journal of Conflict Management 12 (3), 212-238, 2001
Whose job is it anyway? A study of human-robot interaction in a collaborative task
PJ Hinds, TL Roberts, H Jones
Human–Computer Interaction 19 (1-2), 151-181, 2004
Bothered by abstraction: The effect of expertise on knowledge transfer and subsequent novice performance.
PJ Hinds, M Patterson, J Pfeffer
Journal of applied psychology 86 (6), 1232, 2001
Choosing work group members: Balancing similarity, competence, and familiarity
PJ Hinds, KM Carley, D Krackhardt, D Wholey
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 81 (2), 226-251, 2000
Communication across boundaries: Work, structure, and use of communication technologies in a large organization
P Hinds, S Kiesler
Organization science 6 (4), 373-393, 1995
The curse of expertise: The effects of expertise and debiasing methods on prediction of novice performance.
PJ Hinds
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 5 (2), 205, 1999
Why organizations don't" know what they know": Cognitive and motivational factors affecting the transfer of expertise
PJ Hinds, J Pfeffer
Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 2001
Subgroup dynamics in internationally distributed teams: Ethnocentrism or cross-national learning?
CD Cramton, PJ Hinds
Research in organizational behavior 26, 231-263, 2004
Interpersonal trust in cross-functional, geographically distributed work: A longitudinal study
R Zolin, PJ Hinds, R Fruchter, RE Levitt
Information and organization 14 (1), 1-26, 2004
Knowledge sharing and shared understanding in virtual teams
PJ Hinds, SP Weisband
Virtual teams that work: Creating conditions for virtual team effectiveness …, 2003
Language as a lightning rod: Power contests, emotion regulation, and subgroup dynamics in global teams
PJ Hinds, TB Neeley, CD Cramton
Journal of International Business Studies 45, 536-561, 2014
Putting the global in global work: An intercultural lens on the practice of cross-national collaboration
P Hinds, L Liu, J Lyon
Academy of Management annals 5 (1), 135-188, 2011
Who should I blame? Effects of autonomy and transparency on attributions in human-robot interaction
T Kim, P Hinds
ROMAN 2006-The 15th IEEE international symposium on robot and human …, 2006
Structures that work: social structure, work structure and coordination ease in geographically distributed teams
P Hinds, C McGrath
Proceedings of the 2006 20th anniversary conference on Computer supported …, 2006
Introduction to this special issue on human-robot interaction
S Kiesler, P Hinds
Human–Computer Interaction 19 (1-2), 1-8, 2004
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