Group recall as a function of information redundancy and transactive memory

Abstract

Groups attempted to recall a story where the parts of the story were distributed among the group members. How much of the information was shared vs. unshared and the presence/absence of a transactive memory system were varied. Both redundancy and transactive memory influenced group recall.

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Bethesda, Maryland
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Jeremy R. Winget
Graduate Research Assistant & Lecturer