Macrocognition in Teams: Theories and Methodologies

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Michael P. Letsky
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - Business & Economics - 424 pages
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Macrocognition in Teams provides readers with a greater understanding of the macrocognitive processes which support collaborative team activity, showcasing current research, theories, methodologies and tools. It will be of direct relevance to academics, researchers and practitioners interested in group/team interaction, performance, development and training.
  

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Contents

Macrocognition in Teams
1
Empirical Model of Team Collaboration Focus
15
Shared Mental Models and Their Convergence
35
Communication as Teamlevel Cognitive Processing
51
Collaboration Training and Pattern Recognition
65
Toward a Conceptual Model of Common Ground
87
Agents as Collaborating Team Members
107
Transferring Meaning and Developing Cognitive
127
Critical Thinking in Team Decisionmaking
239
Measuring Situation Awareness through Automated
259
Converging Approaches to Automated Communications
277
Shared Lightweight Annotation TEchnology SLATE
305
JIGSAW Joint Intelligence Graphical Situation
321
A Tool to Diagnose
339
Collaborative Operational and Research Environment
351
PlugandPlay Testbed for Collaboration in the Global
365

Parsing
143
Augmenting Video to Share Situation Awareness More
165
A Computational System for Investigating
187
A Tool for Knowledge Transfer Conflict
209
Modeling Cultural and Organizational Factors
223
Naturalistic Decisionmaking Based Collaboration
385
Challenges and Opportunities
397
Index
417
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