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Distributed cognition in teams is influenced by type of task and nature of member interactions
In contemporary organizations, many—if not most—teams work on cognitive or information processing tasks (Hinsz, Tindale, & Vollrath, 1997). The past 50 years of research have taught us much about how information is accessed, created, attended to, and processed as teams attempt to complete various tasks. However, many of the information processing effects that have been observed are task specific, yet little research has focused specifically on tasks and how their information processingdoi:10.31234/osf.io/wfy7a fatcat:pzk2y6c5gzghri4eco2qlxaaea