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Foundations and Theoretical Perspectives of Distributed Team Cognition (1st edition)

By: Endsley, Mica R.(Edited by) McNeese, Michael(Edited by) Salas, Eduardo(Edited by)

0429861788 / 9780429861789
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29/09/2020
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229 pages
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The background and interwoven streams of team cognition and distributed cognition fermenting together has wielded new nuances of exploration, which continue to be relevant for a theoretical understanding of team phenomena.

Foundations and Theoretical Perspectives of Distributed Teams Cognition looks at fundamentals, theoretical concepts, and how theory informs perspectives of thinking for distributed team cognition. The chapters yield a broad understanding of the nature of diverse thinking and insights into technologies, foundations, and theoretical perspectives of distributed team cognition.

Features

  • Generates historical patterns and significance that compose developmental trajectories
  • Explains multiple perspectives that incorporate an interdisciplinary understanding that specifies diverse theories
  • Identifies and develops particular challenges resident within team simulation studies and then illustrates research frameworks
  • Highlights and reviews how team simulations are used to produce dynamic experimental results
  • Investigates and studies research variables within distributed team cognition

BIC:

TBDG Ergonomics, TJF Electronics engineering, UYD Systems analysis & design

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