Williges, Robert C.; Johnston, William A.; Briggs, George E.
December 1966
Journal of Applied Psychology;Dec66, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p473
Academic Journal
Examines the role of verbal communication on teamwork in the United States. Comparison of verbal communication on groups between verbal and verbal-visual conditions; Suitability of team performance in the verbal-visual condition; Failure of verbal communication to enhance verbal training.


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