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Hidden Profiles and Concealed Information: Strategic Information Sharing and Use in Group Decision Making

Bibliographic reference Toma, Claudia ; Butera, Fabrizio ; Toma, Claudia. Hidden Profiles and Concealed Information: Strategic Information Sharing and Use in Group Decision Making . In: Personality and social psychology bulletin, Vol. 35, no. 6, p. 793-806 (2009)
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