Here is a partial list of sources for the extensive research behind every Group Harmonics offering. For more information and additional sources, consult the Related Reading section of Iterate by Ed Muzio.

Asch, Solomon E., “Opinions and Social Pressure,” Scientific American 193 (1955)

Blakeslee, Sandra, “What Other People Say May Change What You See,” New York Times, June 28, 2005

Bonnstetter, Bill J. and Judy Suiter. The Universal Language DISC, Target Training International (1993–2004)

Daniels, William R., Breakthrough Performance Managing for Speed and Flexibility, ACT Publishing (1995)

Daniels, William R., Group Power II: A Manager’s Guide to Conducting Regular Meetings, University Associates Inc. (1990)

Demerouti, Evangelia, “Job Characteristics, Flow, and Performance: The Moderating Role of Conscientiousness,” Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11(3), Jul 2006

Dilts, Robert B. and Judith A. Delozier,. Encyclopedia of Systemic Neuro-Linguistic Programming and NLP New Coding, NLP University Press (2000)

Fisher, Roger and William Ury, Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In, ed. Bruce Patton, Penguin Books (1991)

Goleman, Daniel, Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships, Bantam Books (2006)

Goleman, Daniel, Working with Emotional Intelligence, Bantam Books (1998)

Grove, Andrew S., High Output Management, Random House (1985)

Heylighen, Francis. “Stigmergy as a Universal Coordination Mechanism: components, varieties and applications”, To appear in T. Lewis & L. Marsh (Eds.), Human Stigmergy: Theoretical Developments and New Applications, Springer

Hill, Gayle W., “Group Versus Individual Performance: Are N+1 Heads Better Than One?” Psychological Bulletin 91, no. 3 (1982)

Karpman, Stephen B., “Fairy Tales and Script Drama Analysis,” Transactional Analysis Bulletin 7, no. 26 (1968)

Katz, Daniel, “Nationalism and Strategies of International Conflict Resolution,” in International Behavior: A Social Psychological Analysis, ed. H. C. Kelman, Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1965)

Katz, Daniel and Robert L. Kahn, The Social Psychology of Organizations (1966)

Klein, Gary A., How People Make Decisions, 2nd edition, MIT Press (1999)

Marsten, William Moulton. Emotions of Normal People, Routledge (Reprinted 2001)

Maurer, Robert, One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way, Workman Publishing (2004)

Milgram, Stanley, “Obedience to Authority,” PanArchy (1974)

Neal, David T., Wendy Wood, and Jeffrey M. Quinn, “Habits – a Repeat Performance,” Current Directions in Psychological Science 15, no. 4 (2006)

Parunak, H. Van Dyke “A Survey of Environments and Mechanisms for Human-Human Stigmergy”, in D.Weyns, H. V. D. Parunak, & F. Michel (Eds.), Environments for Multi-Agent Systems II, pp. 163–186, Springer, (2006)

Parunak, H. Van Dyke, et. al., “Stigmergic Modeling of Hierarchical Task Networks”, G. Di Tosto and H. Van Dyke Parunak (Eds.), MABS 2009, LNAI 5683, pp. 98–109 (2010)

Rubenstein, Meyer, and Evans, “Executive Control of Cognitive Processes in Task Switching,” Journal of Experimental Psychology, Human Perception and Performance, 27, no. 4: 763–97 (September 2001)

Spranger, Eduard, Types of Men. Johnson Reprint Company (1966)

Surowiecki, James, “The Fatal-Flaw Myth,” The New Yorker (July 31, 2006)

Tummolini, Luca and Cristiano Castelfranchi. “Trace Signals: The Meanings of Stigmergy”, D. Weyns, H.V.D. Parunak, and F. Michel (Eds.), E4MAS 2006, LNAI 4389, pp. 141–156, (2007)

Wilson, Clark L., How and Why Effective Managers Balance Their Skills, Clark Wilson (2003)

Yin, Henry H. and Barbara J. Knowlton, “The Role of the Basal Ganglia in Habit Formation,” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7 (June 2006)

Zimbardo, Philip, The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil, Random House (2008)