|Present||Professor, Loyola University Chicago ‐ Department of Psychology|
Most of my research involves issues of information processing and social influence in individual and group decision making. Specifically, my recent research has focused on how group members can share certain representations of a task (or certain cognitive processes/heuristics activated by the task) and how these shared representations impact on group decision performance and intra-group influence processes.
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Contribution to Book
How Interacting Groups Remember: Implications for Learning by Groups in ...
The Oxford Handbook of Group and Organizational Learning (2017)
Remembering and learning by groups in organizations involves a number of complex challenges. Group remembering encompasses all of the memory ...