Recent Publications

Distributed cognition in teams is influenced by type of task and nature of member interactions

In contemporary organizations, many—if not most—teams work on cognitive or information processing tasks (Hinsz, Tindale, & …

Stereotypic morality: The effects of group membership on moral foundations

Today’s modern world affords many benefits, one of which is the ability to have near-instantaneous interactions with groups and …

Deceptive communication in group contexts

Unethical behavior (e.g., deception) is often viewed as an individual-level phenomenon. However, recent research demonstrates the role …

Group decision-making

Group decisions are ubiquitous in everyday life. Even when decisions are made individually, decision-makers often receive advice or …

Learning while deciding in groups

Groups are used to make many important societal decisions. Similar to individuals, by paying attention to the information available …