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  • Two perspectives on intellectual capital and innovation in teams: Collective intelligence and cognitive diversity
  • Playing offense versus defense: The effects of team strategic orientation on team process in competitive environments
  • The effects of team strategic orientation on team process and information search
  • Collective intelligence in online collaboration emerges in different contexts and cultures
  • Harnessing the power of emergent interdependence to promote diverse team collaboration
  • Conditions enabling effective multiple team membership
  • The role of gender in team collaboration and performance
  • Do you see what I see? The effect of members' cognitive styles on team processes and performance
  • What makes a team smarter? More women.
  • Putting first things first: Outcome and process focus in knowledge work teams
  • Effects of intervention type and timing on group task performance
  • Responses to adversarial situations and collective intelligence
  • Cultivating collective intelligence in online groups
  • Multiple Team Membership: Working together effectively before it all goes downhill
  • Collective intelligence in teams and organizations
  • Means versus ends: Implications of outcome and process focus for team adaptation and performance
  • Organizations
  • Bringing in the experts: How team composition and work strategy jointly shape analytic effectiveness
  • Spatial and object visualization cognitive styles: Validation studies in 3800 individuals
  • Evidence for a collective intelligence factor in the performance of human groups
  • Understanding outcomes of organizational learning interventions
  • Collective Intelligence in the Organization of Science
  • The contribution of teams to organizational learning
  • Reading the mind in the eyes or reading between the lines? Theory of Mind predicts collective intelligence equally well online and face-to-face
  • Using brain-based measures to compose teams: How individual capabilities and team collaboration strategies jointly shape performance
  • Multi-team membership in relation to multi-team systems
  • Construct validity of a self-report measure of teacher beliefs related to constructivits and traditional approaches to teaching and learning
  • Multiple team membership: A theoretical model of its effects on productivity and learning for individuals and tams
  • Work Together, Play Smart: Collective Intelligence in League of Legends Teams
  • Team Creativity, Cognition, and Cognitive Style Diversity
  • Collective Attention and Collective Intelligence: The Role of Hierarchy and Team Gender Composition
  • Understanding Collective Intelligence: Investigating the Role of Collective Memory, Attention, and Reasoning Processes
  • Spatial and Object Visualization Cognitive Styles: Validation Studies in 3839 Individuals
  • The Role of Feedback in Dynamic Crowdsourcing Contests: A Structural Empirical Analysis
  • Teamwork in Health Care: Maximizing Collective Intelligence via Inclusive Collaboration and Open Communication
  • Collective Intelligence and Group Performance
  • Fostering Collective Intelligence in Human–AI Collaboration: Laying the Groundwork for COHUMAIN
  • COHUMAIN: Building the Socio‐Cognitive Architecture of Collective Human–Machine Intelligence
  • Teams vs. Crowds: A Field Test of the Relative Contribution of Incentives, Member Ability, and Emergent Collaboration to Crowd-Based Problem Solving Performance
  • PERSPECTIVE—Collective Intelligence in the Organization of Science
  • Collective Intelligence in Computer-Mediated Collaboration Emerges in Different Contexts and Cultures
  • The Impact of Cognitive Style Diversity on Implicit Learning in Teams
  • Unpacking Participation and Influence: Diversity’s Countervailing Effects on Expertise Use in Groups
  • Articulating the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Collective Intelligence: A Transactive Systems Framework
  • Variance in Group Ability to Transform Resources into Performance, and the Role of Coordinated Attention
  • Teaching agents to understand teamwork: Evaluating and predicting collective intelligence as a latent variable via Hidden Markov Models
  • Quantifying collective intelligence in human groups
  • Cultivating Collective Intelligence in Online Groups
  • Speaking out of turn: How video conferencing reduces vocal synchrony and collective intelligence
  • Measuring Collective Intelligence in Groups: A Reply to Credé and Howardson
  • Visualized Automatic Feedback in Virtual Teams
  • Do you see what I see? The effect of members’ cognitive styles on team processes and errors in task execution
  • Effects of inter-group status on the pursuit of intra-group status
  • Deep Structures of Collaboration
  • Productivity in an Era of Multi-Teaming
  • Two Perspectives on Intellectual Capital and Innovation in Teams: Collective Intelligence and Cognitive Diversity
  • Means vs. Ends: Implications of Process and Outcome Focus for Team Adaptation and Performance
  • Multiple Team Membership: a Theoretical Model of its Effects on Productivity and Learning for Individuals and Teams
  • Evidence for a Collective Intelligence Factor in the Performance of Human Groups
  • Gender diversity leads to better science
  • Human Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Review of Empirical Research
  • Playing Offense vs. Defense: The Effects of Team Strategic Orientation on Team Process in Competitive Environments
  • Confidence in Dyadic Decision Making: The Role of Individual Differences
  • What Makes a Strong Team?
  • Reading the Mind in the Eyes or Reading between the Lines? Theory of Mind Predicts Collective Intelligence Equally Well Online and Face-To-Face
  • Discovering Where We Excel: How Inclusive Turn-Taking in Conversation Improves Team Performance
  • Translating Member Ability Into Group Brainstorming Performance: The Role of Collective Intelligence
  • The Benefits of Cognitive Style Versatility for Collaborative Work
  • Team Cognitive Versatility: Managing Cognitive Diversity in Teams
  • Collective Intelligence and Group Learning
  • Visual attention in consumer settings
  • Testing Theories of Goal Progress in Online Learning
  • Good Explanation for Algorithmic Transparency
  • Learning where to look for high value improves decision making asymmetrically
  • Multiple Dimensions of Binging: The Hidden Costs and Benefits
  • Variety Seeking, Satiation, and Maximizing Enjoyment Over Time
  • Information Search within a Webpage: Boundedly Rational Models of Eye Movements and Clicks
  • Social network design for inducing effort
  • Taking Transactivity Detection to a New Level
  • Make your crowd smart
  • Collective intelligence
  • Defend your research: What makes a team smarter? more women
  • Erratum: Speaking out of turn: How video conferencing reduces vocal synchrony and collective intelligence (PLoS ONE (2021) 16:3 (e0247655) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0247655)
  • Offensive vs. defensive strategic orientation and collective information processing in teams
  • High-status but low-performing: Effects of group status on information exchange and group outcome
  • The effects of team strategic orientation on team strategy and information search in competitive environments
  • Construct validity of a self-report measure of teacher beliefs related to constructive and traditional approaches to teaching and learning
  • Effects of intervention content and timing on group task performance
  • The Components of Collective Intelligence and their Predictors
  • Allocation Schemes in Analytic Evaluation: Applicant-Centric Holistic or Attribute-Centric Segmented?
  • Diversity of contributions is not efficient but is essential for science
  • When Teams Consist of More than Humans: On Teaming Up with Robots and AI in Workplaces
  • Psychological Safety and Collective Intelligence in Multicultural Globally Dispersed Teams
  • Hybrid Intelligence: A Paradigm for More Responsible Practice
  • Using AI to enhance collective intelligence in virtual teams: Augmenting cognition with technology to help teams adapt to complexity
  • Assessing collective intelligence in human groups
  • New Insights on Navigating Formal Organizational Hierarchies and Informal Identity-based Hierarchies
  • New Theoretical Directions in Multiple Team Membership Research: The Employee Experience
  • Make Your Crowd Smart A framework for tailoring your crowdsourcing approach to the complexity of your innovation challenge
  • Field Evidence for Collective Intelligence in Business Unit Performance
  • Unpacking the Conundrum of Teams with Dynamic Boundaries
  • Artificial Intelligence in the Management of Knowledge Production, Organizations, and Teams
  • Studying Emergence in Teams Using Multiple Methods
  • Group Brainstorming: The Effects of Collective Intelligence, Individual Ability, and Task Structure
  • What Makes a Strong Team? Collective Intelligence Predicts Team Performance in League of Legends
  • Competition and Collective Intelligence: Do Women Always Make Groups Smarter?
  • THE EFFECTS OF TEAM STRATEGIC ORIENTATION ON TEAM PROCESS IN COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENTS
  • Creating and Leading Analytic Teams
  • Don’t talk about it: Active avoidance in organizations
  • PERSPECTIVE---Collective Intelligence in the Organization of Science
  • The What, Why, and How of Organizational Intelligence: Beyond Individuals, Networks, and Technology

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