Many different cognitive research approaches have been generated to explore fields of practice where mutual teamwork is present and emergent. Results have shown subtle yet significant findings on how human actually work together and when they transition from their own individual roles and niches, into elements of teamwork and 'team-to-team' work.
The is book explores advantages and show how researchers can obtain a deep understanding of users/teams entrenched in a particular field. Interdisciplinary perspectives and transformative intersections are provided.
1. Applying What We Have Learned: Enabling Distributed Team Cognition in Real World Practice. 2. Distributed Sharing of Information and Mutual Activity in Intergenerational Health Care. 3. Human-Centered Design of Distributed Systems in Medical Teamwork. 4. Distributed Teamwork in Cyber Security: Shifting Paradigms. 5. Predictive Paths of Information Exchange: The Case of Complex UAV Operations. 6. Evidentiary Reasoning with Sensor Data Fusion: Integrating Teams and the Internet of Things. 7. Crisis Management in Action: Adaptive Teamwork in Uncertain, Risky Environments. 8. Advancing Distributed Information through Social Media: Teamwork and Ubiquitous Computing within Domain XYZ. 9. Collaborative Dependencies in Intelligent Analyst Work: Application of Cognitive Task Analysis. 10. What May be Possible? Shaping Swarm Intelligence Beyond Our Boundary Constraints. 11. Deep Understanding of Distributed Design Work as Supported by Collaborative Technologies.12. Enabling the Future of the Collaborative: Investments in Information Sciences and Social Technologies.