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Mirta Galesic on Social Learning & Decision-making

COMPLEXITY: Physics of Life

Smaller Teams Perform Better At Solving Problems With Highly Uncertain Solutions

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In a study by Casico Palis and Barcausin, they found that when faced with uncertainty about the difficulty of the next task, it is more beneficial to make decisions in small groups rather than rely on a large group or a single leader. The drawbacks of a large group or an incompetent leader are mitigated in a small group, resulting in optimal performance in various situations.

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