Anne Deiglmayr

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We test the hypothesis that superficial knowledge interdependence is more effective in fostering individual learning from collaboration than the true knowledge interdependence often realized by jigsaw-type collaboration arrangements. Based on research on group informationprocessing, we argue for the benefits of distributing only contextual information, but(More)
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