Collective induction without cooperation? Learning and knowledge transfer in cooperative groups and competitive auctions
Journal of personality and social psychology, Volume 92, Issue 5, 2007, Pages 854-870.
collective inductionreasoning errorsknowledge transfercooperative groupscompetitive auctions
There is strong evidence that groups perform better than individuals do on intellective tasks with demonstrably correct solutions. Typically, these studies assume that group members share common goals. The authors extend this line of research by replacing standard face-to-face group interactions with competitive auctions, allowing for con...More
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