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Using shared mental models as a basis for developing team competencies.

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Publication date2000
Host publicationProceedings of international conference on intelligent tutoring systems (ITS 2000): adanced instrudtional design for complex safety critical and emergency training
EditorsM. Spector, M. Dobson
Place of publicationMontreal
Pages23-Jul
Number of pages0
Original languageEnglish