Collective recall as a function of group member expertise and information type

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Groups reproduced a story when information was distributed to all, some, or only one member. Information was also divided by acts or characters. Group members were assigned to an expert role or not, and half of the groups received a gist of the story. While expertise improved story coherence, information type accomplished this as well as improved factual recall.

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