Team reasoning without a hive mind

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RADZVILAS, Mantas, Jurgis KARPUS, 2021. Team reasoning without a hive mind. In: Research in Economics. Elsevier. 75(4), pp. 345-353. ISSN 1090-9443. eISSN 1090-9451. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.rie.2021.09.003

@article{Radzvilas2021reaso-57876, title={Team reasoning without a hive mind}, year={2021}, doi={10.1016/j.rie.2021.09.003}, number={4}, volume={75}, issn={1090-9443}, journal={Research in Economics}, pages={345--353}, author={Radzvilas, Mantas and Karpus, Jurgis} }

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