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Brian Mullen, Drew Rozell & Craig Johnson

In: What's Social about Social Cognition? Research on Socially Shared Cognition in Small Groups

Chapter 9: The Phenomenology of Being in a Group: Complexity Approaches to Operationalizing Cognitive Representation

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The Phenomenology of Being in a Group: Complexity Approaches to Operationalizing Cognitive Representation
The phenomenology of being in a group: Complexity approaches to operationalizing cognitive representation
BrianMullen
DrewRozell
CraigJohnson

In men we various ruling passions find;

In women, two almost divide the kind;

Those, only fixed, they first or last obey,

The love of pleasure and the love of sway.

—Alexander Pope (1735)

Gentlemen of the old régime in the South used to say: “A woman's name should ...

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