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How multi-teaming affects individuals and teams

  title={How multi-teaming affects individuals and teams},
  author={Raquel Hodge},
iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I wish to thank my advisor and mentor Leslie DeChurch. Leslie, I cannot imagine having gone through this experience with anyone else. You have been a huge source of guidance and support and I cannot thank you enough for taking the time to pour yourself into me and encouraging me at every step. Gorman and Audrey Duarte. Your insights and feedback have been instrumental in getting this work off the ground and molded into something of which I can be proud. I highly value your… 
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