Simulation Studies Of Communication Behavior Under Stress: Phases One And Two
Quarantelli, E. L.
Roth, Jr., Robert H.
Starting in late 1967 the Laboratory Studies Section of the Disaster Research Center (DRC) at The Ohio State University began research on communicative behavior, especially of a cross-cultural nature, which assumes that interaction between persons from different cultural backgrounds is somewhat of a stress situation, continued all through 1968. As initially projected, the research is to go through five phases: pilot laboratory observational phase; (2) a systematic laboratory observational phase; (3) a systematic laboratory experimental phase; (4) a training observational phase; and (5) a systematic field-testing phase. This report covers the work done in phases one and two. The research effort involved has encompassed the following activities.
Simulation Studies , Communication Behavior , Stress