The Efficiency of Small Human Groups in the Solution of Problems Requiring Genuine Co-operation*

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    In Its initial phases, 1949-50, this research was supported by a grant-m-aid from the Carnie Research Fund administered by the University of North Carolina Research Council During 1950-51 the senior author was assisted on the project by Wallace E Lambert, who held a fellowship provided by the Institute for Research in Social Science at the University

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