Tag Archives: macrocognition

Understanding Macrocognition in Teams

Objective: This article presents a model for predicting complex collaborative processes as they arise in one-of-a-kind problem-solving situations to predict performance outcomes. The goal is to outline a set of key processes and their interrelationship and to describe how these … Continue reading

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Complex problem solving and complex cognition

Complex problem solving (CPS) emerged in the last 30 years in Europe as a new part of the psychology of thinking and problem-solving. This paper introduces into the field and provides a personal view. Also, related concepts like macrocognition or operative intelligence will be explained … Continue reading

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MacroCognition: A Theory of Distributed Minds and Collective Intentionality

We live in an age of scientific collaboration, popular uprisings, failing political parties, and increasing corporate power. Many of these kinds of collective action derive from the decisions of intelligent and powerful leaders, and many others emerge as a result … Continue reading

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