This paper provides the materials used to conduct the Basoglu, Fuller, and Valacich (2012) study of individuals’ recall of information within technology-mediated teams (i.e., virtual teams). In the Basoglu et al. (2012) study, three input factors—visual artifacts (i.e., a computer-generated image of each team member), team size, and work interruptions—were manipulated to assess their influence on a person’s ability to recall important characteristics of their virtual team members. In the current paper, we provide step-by-step instructions for the experimental design, procedures, consent form, and the questionnaire administered by Basoglu et al. (2012). Our objectives are to provide researchers with the necessary materials to replicate the Basoglu et al. (2012) study and use its methodological techniques to guide their own research.
Basoglu, Asli; Fuller, Mark; and Valacich, Joe
"Open Materials Discourse: Enhancement of Recall within Technology-Mediated Teams Through the Use of Online Visual Artifacts,"
AIS Transactions on Replication Research: Vol. 4, Article 11.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/trr/vol4/iss1/11