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Assembly bonus effect
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First proposed in 1965 an assembly bonus effect requires demonstration of group performance which exceeds the combined contributions of individual group members. There is evidence for both task-specific assembly bonus effects, and a general effect of collective intelligence, analogous to that of general intelligence.
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First proposed in 1965 an assembly bonus effect requires demonstration of group performance which exceeds the combined contributions of individual group members. There is evidence for both task-specific assembly bonus effects, and a general effect of collective intelligence, analogous to that of general intelligence.
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