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Bibliography: Shared flow

Updated: Jan 1

Occasionally I go on a big research kick and spend way too long opening tabs on my computer and trying to figure out the significance of the study based on sample size. Here’s an attempt to organize that into something I can actually go back to.


In addition to research on what’s happening in the brain when an individual improvises, there’s also some work being done on team creativity. I find it very difficult to limit the number of entries in bibliographies, but here we go!


Specifically on team sports:

Two related papers that I thought were interesting

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