SUITABILITY OF A SIMPLE TASK FOR THE STUDY OF TEAM TRAINING PROBLEMS.
NAVAL PERSONNEL RESEARCH ACTIVITY SAN DIEGO CA
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Four teams of four subjects were given a signal detection task under three organizing conditions. Stimulus materials were rigidly controlled, and order of conditions was counterbalanced. No significant differences were found in number of signals detected. Experiments using similarly controlled stimulus materials, but involving more complex tasks and organizing conditions are suggested in order to study the effect of team organizing conditions on performance. Author