Martin Lea
TitleCited byYear
Social influence and the influence of the'social'in computer-mediated communication.
R Spears, M Lea
Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1992
Breaching or building social boundaries? SIDE-effects of computer-mediated communication
T Postmes, R Spears, M Lea
Communication research 25 (6), 689-715, 1998
Panacea or panopticon? The hidden power in computer-mediated communication
R Spears, M Lea
Communication Research 21 (4), 427-459, 1994
Computer-mediated communication, de-individuation and group decision-making
M Lea, R Spears
International journal of man-machine studies 34 (2), 283-301, 1991
Computer-mediated communication, deindividuation and group decision making
M Lea, R Spears
International Journal of Man Machine Studies 34, 283-301, 1991
The formation of group norms in computer‐mediated communication
T Postmes, R Spears, M Lea
Human communication research 26 (3), 341-371, 2000
'Flaming' in computer-mediated communication: Observations, explanations, implications.
M Lea, T O'Shea, P Fung, R Spears
Contexts of Computer-Mediated Communication, 1992
Paralanguage and social perception in computer‐mediated communication
M Lea, R Spears
Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce 2 (3-4), 321-341, 1992
Love at first byte? Building personal relationships over computer networks.
M Lea, R Spears
Sage Publications, Inc, 1995
De‐individuation and group polarization in computer‐mediated communication
R Spears, M Lea, S Lee
British Journal of Social Psychology 29 (2), 121-134, 1990
Knowing me, knowing you: Anonymity effects on social identity processes within groups
M Lea, R Spears, D de Groot
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (5), 526-537, 2001
When are net effects gross products? Communication
R Spears, T Postmes, M Lea, A Wolbert
Journal of Social Issues 58 (1), 91-107, 2002
Intergroup differentiation in computer-mediated communication: Effects of depersonalization.
T Postmes, R Spears, M Lea
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 6 (1), 3, 2002
Social presence in distributed group environments: The role of social identity
P Rogers, M Lea
Behaviour & Information Technology 24 (2), 151-158, 2005
Computer-mediated communication as a channel for social resistance: The strategic side of SIDE
R Spears, M Lea, RA Corneliussen, T Postmes, WT Haar
Small group research 33 (5), 555-574, 2002
Rationalist assumptions in cross-media comparisons of computer-mediated communication
M Lea
Behaviour & information technology 10 (2), 153-172, 1991
Social processes and group decision making: Anonymity in group decision support systems
T Postmes, M Lea
Ergonomics 43 (8), 1252-1274, 2000
Constructing the networked organization: Content and context in the development of electronic communications
M Lea, T O’Shea, P Fung
Organization Science 6 (4), 462-478, 1995
Social identity, normative content, and" deindividuation" in computer-mediated groups.
T Postmes, R Spears, M Lea
Blackwell Science, 1999
Communication? A Reappraisal of Bandwidth and Anonymity Effects
SE Watt, M Lea, R Spears
Virtual Society?: Technology, Cyberbole, Reality, 61, 2002
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