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Theories of Team Cognition by Michael P. Letsky, Stephen M. Fiore, Eduardo Salas

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Gaining Insight Into Team Processes on Cognitive Tasks With Member Expectations and the Social Relations Model

Jared L. Ladbury and Verlin B. Hinsz

Collaboration in teams is quite remarkable. If we think about how a set of alternatives is discussed by a team facing a decision, coming to consensus about one alternative is quite complex (Hinsz, 1999). Imagine a couple attempting to select a movie to attend. Whether or not a particular film is brought up as a possible alternative depends on a large number of factors. Does the person suggesting the movie believe the movie will be good or bad? Does that person expect his or her partner would enjoy that movie? Has the person’s partner enjoyed other movies of that genre or reacted positively to previews? ...

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