Too many chefs: Smaller groups exhibit more accurate decision-making (Proceedings of the Royal Society B)

By Morgan Kelly, Office of Communications The trope that the likelihood of an accurate group decision increases with the abundance of brains involved might not hold up when a collective faces a variety of factors — as often happens in life and nature. Instead, Princeton University researchers report that smaller groups actually tend to make … Continue reading Too many chefs: Smaller groups exhibit more accurate decision-making (Proceedings of the Royal Society B)