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Holly Arrow                        Curriculum Vitae
Department of Psychology &
Institute for Cognitive & Decision Sciences   Phone: (541) 346-1996, FAX: (541) 346-4911
1227 University of Oregon                           e-mail: harrow@darkwing@uoregon.edu
Eugene, OR 97403-1227                       Home page: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~harrow/
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Education                                                                  Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Ph.D.         Social & organizational psychology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1996.
              Minor in methodology. Gender Relations in International Development (GRID) training.
              Dissertation advisor: Joseph E. McGrath.
M.A.          Social & organizational psychology, University of Illinois, 1995.
M.F.A.        Photography/mixed media. University of Colorado, Boulder, 1983.
B.A.          Magna cum laude, philosophy & art, Elmira College, Elmira, NY, 1977.
1995          Complex Systems Summer School, Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico
1993          Network analysis course, ICPSR, University of Michigan.
1989          Completed 2-year program in archetypal psychotherapy, Avalon Institute, Boulder, CO

Grants & Awards
2008          Co-PI, Wenner-Gren Foundation grant to support Evolutionary Perspectives on War: An
              Interdisciplinary Conference, held at UO, October 2008 (PI Frances White, Director of
              ICDS, UO).
2007-2009     Key Personnel (evaluator), CPATH CB: I18n, Internationalization of Computer Science
              Education: The Pacific Rim Community Model (PI Andrzej Proskurowski, Computer
              Science, UO), funded by NSF, Computer & Information Science & Engineering
              directorate.
2006-2010     Consultant on Developing Theory for Evolving Socio-Technical Systems (PI Alistair
              Sutcliffe, University of Manchester), funded by EPSRC (Engineering and Physical
              Sciences Research Council) and ESRC (Economic and Social Science Research Council).
2003-2004     PI of record, NSF dissertation completion grant for Stacey Pederson.
2002-2004     Committee on Diversity and Community research grant, University of Oregon. Co-PIs
              Ellen Scott, Jocelyn Hollander, Robin Holmes, Chuck Tate.
1998-2001     National Science Foundation grant, Decision, Risk and Management Science program.
              Co-PI John Orbell.
1995-96       American Psychological Foundation graduate research scholarship.
1995-96       Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Ph.D.
              dissertation fellowship.
1995          Nancy Hirschberg Memorial Award for outstanding research, Univ. of Illinois
1992-95       National Science Foundation predoctoral fellowship.
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Relevant Employment
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon, 2002-present.
Visiting Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School, 2006-2008.
Visiting Associate (Courtesy Appt), Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto,
     2002-2003
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon, 1996-2002.
Instructor, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, 1994-95.
Assistant to Director, University Writing Program, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1987-91.
Lecturer, University Writing Program, University of Colorado, 1986-91.
Group dynamics consultant and coach, 1989-present.

Language Skills (in descending order of competence)
Native English speaker
Dutch: Formerly completely fluent, now rusty. Lived in Netherlands, attended Dutch schools.
French: Can handle everyday interactions and read at intermediate level.
Japanese: Intermediate level. Can handle everyday conversation. Currently actively studying.
Spanish: Fair comprehension, other skills weak.
Have taken courses in Italian & German: all skills weak

                                             Publications
  (reverse chronological order, *indicates peer reviewed, bold indicates student from my lab)

Under Review or In Revision
Cook, J.E., Calcagno, J. E., Arrow, H, & Malle, B. F. (invited revision under review). Friendship
        trumps ethnicity (but not sexual orientation): Comfort and discomfort in intergroup interactions.
        British Journal of Social Psychology.
Sutcliffe, A.G., Dunbar, R.I.M., Binder, J. & Arrow, H. (conditional acceptance pending requested
        revisions). Relationships and the social brain: Integrating psychological and evolutionary
        perspectives. British Journal of Psychology.

Forthcoming
*Hannagan, R. J.,& Arrow, H. (scheduled for 2011). Reengineering gender relations in modern
       militaries: An evolutionary perspective. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.

2011
*Cook, J.E., Arrow, H, & Malle, B. F. (2011). The effect of feeling stereotyped on social power and
      inhibition. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37, 165-180.

2010
*Arrow, H. (2010). Cliques, coalitions, comrades, and colleagues: Sources of cohesion in groups. In R.
      Dunbar, C. Gamble & J. Gowlett (Eds.) Social Brian, Distributed Mind. Proceedings of the
      British Academy (158), 269-281. Oxford University Press.
*Arrow, H., & Henry, K. B. (2010). Using complexity to promote group learning in health care.
      Journal of Evaluation of Clinical Practice, 16, 861-866.
*Smith, Z., & Arrow, H. (2010). Evolutionary perspectives on religion: An overview and synthesis.
      EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 2(2), 48-66.
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2009
Arrow, H. (2009). Group formation. In J. Levine and M. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Processes
    and Intergroup Relations (pp. 339-342). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Arrow, H. (2009). Dynamical systems approach. In J. Levine and M. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of
    Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (pp. 231-234). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

2008
Arrow, H., & Cook, J. (2008). Configuring and reconfiguring groups as complex learning systems. In
     V. Sessa & M. London (Eds.) Work group learning : Understanding, improving and assessing how
     groups learn in organizations (pp. 45-72). New York, NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
*Committee on Organizational Modeling from Individuals to Societies. (2008). Behavioral modeling
    and simulation: From individuals to societies. G. Zacharias, J. MacMillan, & S. Van Hemel (Eds.).
    Washington, DC: National Academies Press. [One of 13 committee co-authors.]
Arrow, H. (2008). Foreword. In H. Okabayashi (Ed.), Dynamical systems theory in psychology (pp. i-
    iii; 197-199). Tokyo, Japan: Kaneko shobo. In Japanese and English.

2007
Arrow, H. (2007, October 26). The sharp end of altruism. Science, 318, 581.
*Arrow, H., Smirnov, O., Orbell, J. & Kennett, D. (2007). The selective consequences of war: A formal
    model. In L. Thompson & K. Behfar (Eds.), Conflict in organizational teams: New directions in
    theory and practice (pp. 113-142). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
*Smirnov, O., Arrow, H., Kennett, D., & Orbell, J. (2007). Ancestral war and the evolutionary origins of
    „heroism.‟ Journal of Politics, 69 (4), 927-940.

2006
Arrow, H. (2006). Stability, bistability, and instability in small group influence patterns. In J. M.
    Levine & R. L. Moreland (Eds.), Small groups: Key readings 2:4. [Republication of article that
    originally appeared in 1997.]

2005
*Arrow, H. (2005). Chaos, complexity, and catastrophe: The nonlinear dynamics perspective. In S. A.
    Wheelan (Ed.), The handbook of group research and practice (pp. 201-219). Thousand Oaks, CA:
    Sage.
*García-Rodríguez, S., & Arrow, H. (2005). Effects of surface vs. deep-level diversity on group
    assimilation and differentiation. Landscapes and mindscapes in a globalized world. Conference
    Proceedings CD, European International Business Academy (EIBA), Oslo, Norway.
*Arrow, H., Henry, K. B., Poole, M. S., Wheelan, S. A., & Moreland, R. L. (2005). Traces, trajectories,
    and timing: The temporal perspective on groups. In M. S. Poole & A. B. Hollingshead (Eds.),
    Theories of small groups: Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 313-367). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
*Katz, N., Lazer, D., Arrow, H., & Contractor, N. (2005). The network perspective on small groups:
    Theory and research. In M. S. Poole & A. B. Hollingshead (Eds.), Theories of small groups:
    Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 277-312). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

2004
*Arrow, H., Poole, M. S., Henry, K. B., Wheelan, S. A., & Moreland, R. L. (2004). Time, change, and
   development: The temporal perspective on groups. Small Group Research, 35 (1), 73-105.
Arrow, H. & Sundberg, N. D. (2004) International identity: Definitions, development, and some
    implications for global conflict and peace. In Setiadi, B. N, Supratiknya, A., Lonner, W. J., &
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    Poortinga, Y. H. (Eds.), Ongoing themes in psychology and culture (pp. 55-69). Yogyakarta,
    Indonesia: International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.
Arrow, H., & Burns, K. L. (2004). Self-organizing culture: How norms emerge in small groups. In M.
   Schaller & C. Crandall (Eds.), The psychological foundations of culture (pp. 171-199). Mahwah,
   NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
*Crosson, S. B., Orbell, J., & Arrow, H. (2004). “Social poker”: A laboratory test of predictions from
   club theory. Rationality and Society, 16(2), 225-248.
*Katz, N., Lazer, D., Arrow, H., & Contractor, N. (2004). Network theory and small groups. Small
   Group Research, 35(3), 307-332.

2003
*Arrow, H., & Crosson, S. B. (2003). Musical chairs: Membership dynamics in self-organized group
   formation. Small Group Research, 5, 523-556.

2000
*McGrath, J.E., Arrow, H., & Berdahl, J. L. (2000). The study of groups: Past, present, and future.
   Personality and Social Psychology Review, 4, 95-105.
*Arrow, H., McGrath, J. E., & Berdahl, J. L. (2000). Small groups as complex systems: Formation,
   coordination, development, and adaptation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

1996-1999
*Henry, K. B., Arrow, H., Carini, B. (1999). A tripartite model of group identification: Theory and
   measurement. Small Group Research, 30 (5), 558-581.
*McGrath, J. E., Arrow, H., & Berdahl, J. L. (1999). Cooperation and conflict in interacting groups.
   Polish Psychological Bulletin, 30 (1), 1-14.
Arrow, H. (1998). Standing out and fitting in: Composition effects on newcomer socialization. In M.
   Neale, E. Mannix & D. H Gruenfeld, (Eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Vol. 1,
   Composition (pp. 59-80). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
*Arrow, H. (1997). Stability, bistability, and instability in small group influence patterns. Journal of
   Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 75-85.
*Radhakrishnan, P., Arrow, H., & Sniezek, J. A. (1996). Hoping, performing, learning, and predicting:
   Toward a dynamic model of self-evaluation of performance. Human Performance, 9, 23-49.
*Time, Technology, and Groups: Development, Interaction, and Task Performance Over Time in
    Computer-Mediated versus Face-to-face Groups, a special issue of CSCW: Computer Supported
    Cooperative Work, 4, Nos 2-3, J. E. McGrath & H. Arrow, eds.
*Arrow, H., Berdahl, J. L., Bouas, K. S, Craig, K. M., Cummings, A., Lebie, L., McGrath, J. E.,
    O'Connor, K. M., Rhoades, J. A., Schlosser, A. (1996). Time, technology, and groups: An
    integration, 253-261.
*Bouas, K. S., & Arrow, H. (1996). The development of group identity in computer and face- to-face
    groups with membership change, 153-178.
*Cummings, A., Schlosser, A., & Arrow, H. (1996). Developing complex group products: Idea
    combination in computer-mediated and face-to-face groups, 229-251.
*McGrath, J. E., & Arrow, H. (1996). Introduction: The JEMCO-2 study of time, technology, and
    groups, 107-126.

1993-1995
Arrow, H., & McGrath, J. E. (1995). Membership dynamics in groups at work: A theoretical framework.
    In B. M. Staw & L. L. Cummings (Eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior, 17, 373-411.
    Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
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*McGrath, J. E., Berdahl, J. L., & Arrow, H. (1995). Traits, expectations, culture and clout: The
    dynamics of diversity in work groups. In S. E. Jackson & M. N. Ruderman (Eds.), Diversity in
    work teams: Research paradigms for a changing workplace (pp. 17-45). Washington, DC:
    American Psychological Association.
*Arrow, H., & McGrath, J. E. (1993). Membership matters: How member change and continuity affect
    small group structure, process, and performance. Small Group Research, 24, 334-361.
*McGrath, J. E., Arrow, H., Gruenfeld, D. H, Hollingshead, A. B, & O'Connor, K. M. (1993). Groups,
    tasks, and technology: The effects of experience and change. Small Group Research, 24, 406-420.

Technical Reports
Henry, K. B., & Arrow, H. (2010). Making heat work: the thermodynamics of groups. (Technical
    Report No. 10-01). Eugene, OR: Institute for Cognitive and Decision Sciences, University of
    Oregon.
Arrow, H., Bennett, R. E., Crosson, S., & Orbell, J. (1999). Social poker: A paradigm for studying the
    formation of self-organized groups. Technical Report 99-01. Eugene, OR: Institute for Cognitive
    and Decision Sciences, University of Oregon.

Book Reviews
Weiss, R. L., & Arrow, H. (2004). With these equations I thee wed: Mathematical marriages. (Review of
    J. M. Gottman, J. D. Murray, C. Swanson, R. Tyson, & K. R. Swanson, The mathematics of
    marriage: Dynamic nonlinear models). Contemporary Psychology, APA Review of Books, 49 (5),
    604-607.
Arrow, H. (1999). Making connections in cyberspace. (Review of S. Kiesler, ed., Culture of the
    Internet). Applied Cognitive Psychology, 13, 89-99.

                                           Invited Talks

Hackman, J. R. (Chair), Arrow, H., Larson, J., R., & Mortensen, M. (Panelists). (2010, July). Causes,
    conditions, and complexity: Alternative strategies for understanding group behavior. Invited panel
    at the 5th Annual Meeting of the Interdisciplinary Network of Group Researchers (INGRoup),
    Washington, DC.
Arrow, H., & Jaster, D. (2010, March). Teaming up: Choosing, using, and losing partners in self-
    organized groups. ELTE PPK Institute of Psychology. Budapest, Hungary.
Arrow, H. (2009, May). When nasty is nice: An evolutionary perspective on war and altruism. Keynote
    talk at Western Oregon University annual Academic Excellence Showcase.
Arrow, H. (2009, April). Coaching international teams: Challenges and tips. Western Psychological
    Association, Portland, OR.
Arrow, H. (2008, September). Cliques, coalitions, comrades, and colleagues: Sources of cohesion in
    groups. British Academy Symposium: Social brains and distributed minds: Interdisciplinary and
    evolutionary perspectives. London, UK.
Arrow, H., van Vugt, M., & Hopthrow, T. (2006, December). Gender composition effects on in-group
    solidarity and inter-group competition. Darwin@lse „Work in Progress‟ series, Centre for
    Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, London School of Economics. London, UK
Arrow, H. (2006, November). When nasty is nice: An evolutionary perspective on altruism in intra- and
    inter-group contexts. Organisational Behaviour lecture series, London Business School.
Smirnov, O., Arrow, H, Orbell, J. & Kennett, D. (2005, June). The selective consequences of war: A
    formal model. Kellogg Conference on Conflict in Teams. Evanston, IL.
Arrow, H. (2003, December). Crowds, groups, structure and dynamics. Crowd Behavior Working
    Group, Air Force Research Lab, San Antonio, TX.
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Arrow, H. (2003, August). Structure and energy flows in small groups: A complex systems
    perspective. Cambridge Colloquium on Complexity and Social Networks, Harvard University,
    MA.
Arrow, H. (2003, June). Unpacking the hot groups metaphor: Learning with Holly Arrow. Ontario
    Fractal of the Plexus Institute, Toronto, Canada.
Arrow, H. (2003, June). Getting in and getting yours: How norms emerge in groups. University of
    Southampton, UK.
Arrow, H. (2003, February). Getting in and getting yours: How norms emerge in groups. Ontario
    Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
Arrow, H. (2003, January). Structural dynamics and diversity: Some ideas about how energy flows in
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groups (and crowds). Air Force Research Lab, San Antonio, TX.
Markovsky, B., & Arrow, H. (2002, November). New directions at the interface of theory and
    methods. Presented at conference on Assessing Theory and Research on Groups, Cleveland, OH.
Arrow, H. (2002, November). Structure, self-organization, and the “Hot Group” metaphor: Some
    ideas about energy flows in groups. Stern School of Business, New York University, NY.
Arrow, H. (2001, August). Irrational inclusion: How emergent norms constrain choice in a group
    formation game. Annual Group Processes and Rational Choice Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2001, August). Critique groups: How to do it right. Seminar given at the
    annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, Tacoma, WA.
Arrow, H., & Crosson, S. (2000, August). Musical chairs: Choosing and changing partners in self-
    organized groups. Organizational behavior seminar series, Johnson School of Business, Cornell
    University.
Arrow, H. (1999, November). Choosing and changing partners in self-organized groups.
    Organizational behavior conference, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.
Arrow, H. (1999, September). Teaming up and (sometimes) losing out: Choosing, using, and losing
    partners in self-organized groups. Organizational behavior & industrial relations seminar series,
    University of California, Berkeley.
Arrow, H. (1997, June). Finding a place, making a mark: Composition effects on newcomer
    socialization. Conference on group composition, Stanford University, CA. June 1997.
McGrath, J. E., Berdahl, J. L., & Arrow, H. (1994, October). No one has it but all groups do:
    Diversity as a collective, complex, dynamic property of groups. NSF/APA/CCL conference on
    work teams characterized by diversity, Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC.

Local invited talks at home institution or elsewhere in Eugene/Springfield OR:
    NOTE: Does not include informal research presentations, guest lectures in other people’s classes,
    or presentations on teaching techniques. Some of these are mentioned in the Service section.

Arrow, H, Orbell, J., Kennett, D., & Smirnov, O. (2006, February). War, heroism and altruism: Results
    and some questions about modularity. Evolution Focus Group, Institute for Cognitive and
    Decision Sciences, University of Oregon.
Arrow, H. (2006, January). Digital & analog connections. Presented at Metamedia2 Cooperation,
    Eugene, OR.
Arrow, H. (2005, June). Images of diversity. Presentation to class in Multimedia for Teaching and
    Research. University of Oregon, Eugene.
Arrow, H., Tate, C., Hollander, J., & Scott, E. (2005, May). Campus climate and student
    understandings of „race.‟ Presentation of the Campus Climate Research Interest Team, University
    of Oregon.
Arrow, H., & Tate, C. (2005, January). Student conversations about race and diversity: A focus group
    approach. Presentation of the Campus Climate Research Interest Team, University of Oregon,
    Eugene.
Arrow, H. (2005, January). Self-organization in action. A Metamedia Cooperation, Eugene, OR.
Bumgarner, J., & Arrow, H. (2000, September). Rethinking “What‟s in it for me?”: Incentive
    programs. Oregon Refuse & Recycling Association convention, Eugene, OR.

          Conference Papers, Posters, Presentations (reverse chronological order)
Jaster, D., & Arrow, H. (2010, June). Trust in friends or loyalty to the group: Sex differences in
     cooperation rates in iterated public goods games. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the
     Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES). Eugene, OR.
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Suver, C., & Arrow, H. (2010, March). Running on separate tracks: Differential paths to high effort
    and performance satisfaction in male and female distance runners. Paper presented at the
    International Conference on Sport and Society, Vancouver, Canada.
Hannagan, R. J., Arrow, H., & Orbell, J. (2009, October). Reengineering Gender Relations in Modern
    Militaries: An Evolutionary Perspective. Paper presented at the Great Plains Political Science
    Association Conference, Sioux City, IA.
Henry, K. B. & Arrow, H. (2008, July). Making heat work: A thermodynamic model of groups.
    Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Interdisciplinary Network of Group Researchers,
    Kansas City, MO.
Arrow, H., & Cook, J. (2007, August). Fitness peaks and gravity wells: How complex adaptive group
    systems learn. Paper presented at the Academy of Management annual meeting, Philadelphia.
Arrow, H., van Vugt, M., & Orbell, J. (2007, March). The ABCs of heroism: An evolutionary model.
    Poster presented at the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Conference, London School of
    Economics.
Arrow, H., Smirnov, O., Orbell, J., & Kennett, D. (2006, July). An evolutionary perspective on
    heroism: Why are (some) people willing to die for their country? Paper presented to conference
    on Evolution and the Group: Understanding the Social Animal. Canterbury, UK.
Lam, J., & Arrow, H. (2006, June). Judgments of message quality in initial online interactions. Poster
    presented to the Biennial Convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
    (SPSSI). Long Beach, CA.
Smirnov, O., Orbell, J., Arrow, H. & Kennett, D. (2006, April). Why are people willing to die for their
        country? Paper presented at annual conference, Midwest Political Science Association,
        Chicago, IL.
Smirnov, O., Orbell, J., Arrow, H. & Kennett, D. (2006, February). Behavioral and Social Sciences
    conference (AABSS). Las Vegas, NV.
Arrow, H., & Lam, J. (2006, January). Bias and consistency in judgments of messages in online
    interactions. Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Personality and Social
    Psychology. Palm Springs, CA.
Cook, J., Malle, B., & Arrow, H. (2006, January). Evaluating trust in others: Visual, verbal, &
    behavioral cues and the role of stigmatized identity. Poster presented at the annual meeting,
    Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Palm Springs, CA.
García-Rodríguez, S. & Arrow, H. (2005, December). Effects of surface vs. deep-level diversity on
    group assimilation and differentiation. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting, European
    International Business Academy (EIBA), Oslo, Norway.
Orbell, J., Smirnov, O., Kennett, D., & Arrow, H. (2005, September). Group selection favoring
    “heroism” in warfare as a domain specific form of altruism Paper presented at the annual meeting
    of Association for Politics and the Life Sciences. Washington, DC.
Arrow, H., & García-Rodríguez, S. (2005, April). Paradoxical effects of ethnic diversity on judgments
    of similarity. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Johnston, L., & Arrow, H. (2005, April). Impact of ethnic diversity and familiarity on similarity
    judgments. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
Lam, J., & Arrow, H. (2005, April). The more the merrier? Or four's a crowd? Preferences for dyadic
    or small group on-line conversations. Poster presented at the Conference on Group Processes in
    Computer-Supported Interaction: Technological and Social Determinism, Miami University,
    Oxford, OH.
Cook, J., & Arrow, H. (2005, January). Social stigma and the acquaintance process. Poster presented
    at the annual meeting, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
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Arrow, H., & Tate, C. (2004, January). Groups as agents of change: The social (re)construction of
    race. Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Personality and Social Psychology,
    Austin, TX.
Arrow, H., & Rivinus, E. (2004, January). Why stay? Group membership preferences in multiple
    rounds of a social card game. Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Personality and
    Social Psychology, Austin, TX.
Davis-Stober, C., & Arrow, H. (2004, January). Emergent leadership in groups: A behavioral analysis.
    Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin,
    TX.
Mayer-Kress, G., & Arrow, H. (2003, August). Time-scales of virtual and real conferences as binding
    events in a global brain. Paper presented at the annual meeting, Society for Chaos Theory in
    Psychology and Life Sciences, Boston, MA.
Arrow, H. (2003, February). Bubbles, eruptions, stagnation, and floods: How energy flows in small
    groups. International Nonlinear Science. Paper presented at the International Nonlinear Sciences
    Conference, Vienna, Austria.
Markovsky, B., & Arrow, H. (2002, November). New directions at the interface of theory and
    methods. Presented at conference on Assessing Theory and Research on Groups, Cleveland, OH.
Arrow, H. (2002, August). Perturbations and reorganization of identity and social networks: Ideas
    inspired by al Qaeda and September 11th. Paper presented at the annual meeting, Society for
    Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences, Portland, OR.
Arrow, H. (2002, August). Emergence and transformation of structure in groups: A complexity
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perspective. Paper presented at the Annual Group Processes Conference, Chicago, IL.
Sundberg, N. D. & Arrow, H. (2002, July). International identity: Definitions, development, and some
    implications for global conflict and peace. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Congress of the
    International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology,Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Arrow, H. & Henry, K. B. (2001, October). Group continuity and change: A multilevel, dynamic
    systems view. Presented at conference on Assessing Theory and Research on Groups, College
    Station, TX.
Arrow, H. (2001, August). Depicting dynamic patterns in self-organized group formation. Paper
    presented at the annual meeting, Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences,
    Madison, WI.
Arrow, H., & Burns, K. L. (2001, April). Joining up, moving on: Change and stability in repeated
    small group formation. Paper presented at the Sunbelt International Social Networks Conference,
    Budapest, Hungary.
Fickas, S., Arrow, H., & Orbell, J. (2000, July). Join the club: Enabling self-organizing groups on the
    Net. Paper presented at American Association of AI workshop on knowledge-based electronic
    markets, Austin, TX.
Arrow, H., & Crosson, S. (2000, April). Musical chairs: Membership choice and change in self-
    organized groups. Paper presented at the annual Sunbelt International Social Networks
    Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
Arrow, H., & Crosson, S. (1999, July). Social poker: A new laboratory paradigm for studying the self-
    organized formation of small groups. Paper presented at the annual meeting, Society for Chaos
    Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences, Berkeley, CA.
Arrow, H., & Henry, K. B. (1999, June). The dynamics of structural integrity: Rethinking structure in
    groups. Presented at the annual meeting, American Psychological Society (APS). Commentators
    were Richard Moreland and Michael Hogg. Denver, CO.
Arrow, H., Bennett, R., Crosson, S., & Orbell, J. (1999, June). Social poker: A paradigm for studying
    the formation of self-organized groups. Paper presented at the annual Nags Head conference on
    groups, networks, organizations, Highland Beach, FL.
Arrow, H. (1998, April). Teams, crews, and task forces: A structural typology of work groups. In R.J.
    Klimoski (Chair), When is a team a crew — and does it matter? Symposium at the meeting of the
    Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.
Henry, K. B., Arrow, H., & Carini, B. (1998, April). Theoretical Extensions and organizational
    applications of the tripartite model of group identification. In K.B. Henry (Chair), Group identity,
    cohesion, and diversity in work teams. Symposium at the meeting of the Society for Industrial and
    Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.
Arrow, H., & Rhoades, J. A. (1997, November). Face-to-face and computer-mediated decision making
    in established groups. Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Judgment and
    Decision-Making, Philadelphia, PA.
Arrow, H. (1997, February). New, old, and slightly used: Effects of gender and tenure on small group
    influence patterns. Paper presented at the International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, San
    Diego, CA.
Arrow, H., & Tourkow, I. (1996, May). Creative style and social influence in a simple artistic task.
    Paper presented at the annual meeting, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Bouas, K. S., & Arrow, H. (1996, May). The development of group identity in computer and face-to-
    face groups. Paper presented at the annual meeting, Midwestern Psychological Association,
    Chicago, IL.
Radhakrishnan, P., Probst, T., Sniezek, J., & Arrow, H. (1996, April). The predictive validity of self-
    evaluations. Poster presented at the 1996 meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational
    Psychology.
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Probst, T., Radhakrishnan, P., Sniezek, J., & Arrow, H. (1995, November). The impact of varying
    temporal distance on the accuracy of self-evaluations. Poster presented at the annual meeting,
    Society for Judgment and Decision-Making, Los Angeles, CA.
Arrow, H. (1995, May). Mapping the structural dynamics of groups: Patterns of leadership and
    influence in times of stability and change. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern
    Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Lualhati, J. C., & Arrow, H. (1995, May). Group constructed meaning from shared experience. Paper
    presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Mayer-Kress, G., Diehl, P., Arrow, H. (1994, November). The United Nations and conflict
    management in a complex world. Presented at the meeting of the Peace Science Society, Urbana-
    Champaign, IL.
Arrow, H., & Radhakrishnan, P. (1992, November). Whad'ya get on the test? A three-exam
    forecasting task. Poster presented at the annual meeting, Society for Judgment and Decision-
    Making, St. Louis, MO.
Arrow, H., Harris, J., Oltmans, J., & Chiszar, D. (1991, April). Replicability of strike-induced
    chemosensory searching (SICS) in crotalus enyo. Paper presented at annual meeting, Colorado-
    Wyoming Academy of Science, Greeley, CO.
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                                  Popular Media & Literary:

LetsRun.com (February 24, 2010). Study shows correlation between team and individual performance
    among distance runners. Reports on research conducted by Curtis Suver & Holly Arrow (Curtis‟s
    masters thesis). http://www.letsrun.com/2010/suver0224.php or http://bit.ly/c5IfrE
Arrow, H., & Weiss, R. (2005). Design team did a heck of a job with air, The Register-Guard,
    September 25, 2005, pp. B1, B4.
Rogers, B. H., Vukcevich, R. ,& Arrow, H. (2004). The train there‟s no getting off. In J. Lake & D.
    Layne (Eds.), Polyphony, Volume 4 (pp. 207-242). Wilsonville, OR: Wheatland Press.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2004, October). A final spin around the circumplex: A look at the whole
    pie. Speculations, 60.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2004, August). The creative circumplex: Revise/adapt. Speculations, 59.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2004, June). The creative circumplex: Test/reflect. Speculations, 58.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2004, April). The creative circumplex: Launch/release. Speculations, 57.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, December). The creative circumplex: Envision/connect.
    Speculations, 56.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, October). The creative circumplex: Transform/shift. Speculations,
    55.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, August). The creative circumplex: Suffer and struggle, The dark
    side of creativity. Speculations, 54, 19-24.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, June). The creative circumplex: Engage/flow, Part two.
    Speculations, 53, 21-24.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, April). The creative circumplex: Engage/flow, Part One.
    Speculations, 52, 15-18.
Arrow, H. “Lines dividing „us‟ and „them‟ are blurred,” Commentary column, The Oregonian. April
    6, 2003, p. F3.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2003, February). The creative circumplex: Wander/explore. Speculations,
    51, 17-21.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2002, December). Eight-flavored journey, an example: Enduring as dust.
    Speculations, 50, 21-26.
Rogers, B. H., & Arrow, H. (2002, December). Eight-flavored journey: The creative circumplex.
    Speculations, 50, 15-20.
Arrow, H. “No One Wins in the Oppression Olympics,” Invited column, The Oregonian. July 29,
    2001.
Arrow, H. “The Heretic Within Us,” Invited column, The Oregonian. November 26, 2000. E1-E2.
Arrow, H. “The Psychology of Blazermania,” Invited column, The Oregonian. May 28, 2000. E1-E2.

Radio and Print Media Interviews
Panel member, Plexus Institute conversation on complexity and education, August 2, 2006.
Interview, The Oregonian, September 8, 2002, story on patriotism , sacrifice, and the anniversary of
     September 11th attacks. Pp. E1-E2.
Interview, The San Diego Union Tribune, July 28, 2002 story on different meanings of patriotism.
Talk show guest, KPAM (Portland, OR), December 14, 2000, to discuss issues of tolerance,
     intolerance, and strategies to deal with conflict and differences.
Interview, The Register-Guard, November 18, 2000, story on the experience of being a sports fan.
Interview, Statesman Journal (Salem, OR), November 17, 2000, story on football fans.
Interview, The Oregonian, June 6, 2000, story on collective mood after Blazers lose to the Lakers.
Interview, KVAL (local CBS affiliate) for story on gambling, investing, and happiness. Show aired
     Feb 10 & 11, 2000.
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Interview, The Oregonian, January 23, 2000, story on game shows.

				
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