R. Scott Tindale mainly investigates Social psychology, Cognition, Social psychology, Group decision-making and Information processing. He works mostly in the field of Social psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Applied psychology and, in certain cases, Self-esteem and Outcome feedback, as a part of the same area of interest. In general Cognition study, his work on Cognitive load often relates to the realm of Conceptualization, Trigram and Redundancy, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Notice, Mainstream and Field. His Group decision-making research incorporates themes from Situational ethics, Cognitive psychology and Goal setting. His Information processing research includes elements of Hidden profile and Social group.
Social psychology, Group decision-making, Social psychology, Cognitive psychology and Cognition are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology research focuses on Probabilistic inference and how it connects with Neglect, Base rate and Anchoring. R. Scott Tindale has included themes like Group performance and Knowledge management in his Group decision-making study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as School psychology, Applied psychology and Community psychology in addition to Social psychology. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Group dynamic, Memory performance, Differential psychology and Shared cognition. His study looks at the intersection of Cognition and topics like Information processing with Self-esteem and Outcome feedback.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Group decision-making, Social influence, Cognitive psychology and Group membership. The various areas that R. Scott Tindale examines in his Social psychology study include Phenomenon and Tribute. R. Scott Tindale studied Group decision-making and Knowledge management that intersect with Communication.
His Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Interpersonal interaction, Memory performance and Social cognition. His Group membership research incorporates elements of Relation, Negotiation, Deception and Morality. His Group performance research includes elements of Group process and Process.
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Group performance and decision making.
Norbert L. Kerr;R. Scott Tindale.
Annual Review of Psychology (2004)
The Emerging Conceptualization of Groups as Information Processors
Verlin B. Hinsz;R. Scott Tindale;David A. Vollrath.
Psychological Bulletin (1997)
Bias against overweight job applicants in a simulated employment interview.
Regina Pingitore;Bernard L. Dugoni;R. Scott Tindale;Bonnie Spring.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1994)
Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Group Processes
Michael A. Hogg;R. Scott Tindale.
'Social Sharedness' as a Unifying Theme for Information Processing in Groups
R. Scott Tindale;Tatsuya Kameda.
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations (2000)
Shared Representations and Asymmetric Social Influence Processes in Small Groups
R. Scott Tindale;Christine M. Smith;Linda S. Thomas;Joseph Filkins.
R. Scott Tindale;Jeremy R. Winget.
Theory and research on small groups
R. Scott Tindale;Linda Heath;John Edwards;Emil J. Posavac.
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice (1999)
Shared Information, Cognitive Load, and Group Memory:
R. Scott Tindale;Susan Sheffey.
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations (2002)
Social sharing and risk reduction: Exploring a computational algorithm for the psychology of windfall gains
Tatsuya Kameda;Masanori Takezawa;R.Scott Tindale;Christine M Smith.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2002)
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