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Theories of Team Cognition : Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives,9780415874137
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Theories of Team Cognition : Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives

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1st
ISBN13:

9780415874137

ISBN10:
0415874130
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
9/8/2011
Publisher(s):
Taylor and Fran
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Teamwork, by definition, is achieved when members interact independently and work together toward shared and valued goals. Expert teamwork involves the adaptation of collaboration strategies through coordination, cooperation, and communication as well a collective understanding of the task. Cognitive psychology has substantially influenced the study of teams. Now much cross-disciplinary attention has focused on determining how cognitive processes contribute to effective team performance.This book will gather a group of well known contributors/scientists in the field of shared cognition, team cognition and the emerging field of macrocognition.


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