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Measuring, Monitoring, and Regulating Teamwork for Long Duration Missions Project

Project Introduction

This proposal is for ground-based research: PRD (Program Requirements Document) Risk: Risk of Performance Decrements Due to Inadequate Cooperation, Coordination, Communication, and Psychosocial Adaptation within a Team. IRP (Integrated Research Plan) Gap – Team1: Understand the key threats, indicators, and life cycle of the team for autonomous, long duration, and/or distance exploration missions. Collaboration, cohesion, and coordination are essential teamwork processes, especially for long dura...

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Technology Details: Measuring, Monitoring, and Regulating Teamwork for Long Duration Missions Project

Anticipated Benefits

Benefits to the nation

Team cohesion is not just a critical factor for astronaut teams and ground crews; cohesion is important to the effectiveness of all teams and especially those that operate in critical, high reliability settings. Of the many team process factors that support team effectiveness, team cohesion is the most studied with over a half century of research. Yet, remarkably, very little is known about the characteristics that promote its development and maintenance. For example, we know that experience working together is associated with cohesion formation and maintenance, but what are the mechanisms? Te...

U.S. Work Locations and Key Partners

NASA Organizations Performing Work Role Location
  • Johnson Space Center (JSC)
Lead Center Houston, TX

U.S. States with Work:

 
U.S. States and Territories with Work on this Project
Michigan
Other Organizations Performing Work Type of Organization
  • Michigan State University 
Commercial Company

Organizational Responsibility

Responsible Mission Directorate:

Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD)

Lead Center:

Johnson Space Center (JSC)

Responsible Program:

Human Research Program

Project Management

Program Executive:

  • Stephen Davison

Program Manager:

  • William Paloski

Project Manager:

  • Lauren Leveton

Principal Investigator:

  • Steve Kozlowski

Co-Investigators:

  • Subir Biswas
  • Chu-Hsiang Chang

Project Technology Areas

Primary:

  • Human Health, Life Support, and Habitation Systems (TA 6)
    • Human Health and Performance (TA 6.3)
    • Behavioral Health (TA 6.3.3)
    • Tool to Effectively Monitor and Measure Team Health and Performance Fluctuations (TA 6.3.3.10)

Project Duration

Start Date: Aug 2013

End Date: Dec 2017

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9 Peer Reviewed Papers

53 Publications

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