Group versus individual performance on tasks requiring ideational proficiency (brainstorming): a review

@inproceedings{Lamm1973GroupVI,
  title={Group versus individual performance on tasks requiring ideational proficiency (brainstorming): a review},
  author={Helmut Lamm and Gisela Trommsdorff},
  year={1973}
}
In the experiments reviewed in this article the subjects are asked to produce ideas that are relevant to a given task request (e.g., possible consequences of a hypothetical event). After describing the specific task material and the performance measures used in the relevant research studies, some analytic background is given by outlining the cognitive resources required in this kind of experimental task and by listing the various factors that may come into play when subjects perform in groups… CONTINUE READING
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