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Theories like Distributed Cognition may help us understand user interactions and information flows on social web services. I discuss theory, provide examples from research, and look at limitations of ...

Theories like Distributed Cognition may help us understand user interactions and information flows on social web services. I discuss theory, provide examples from research, and look at limitations of current thinking on measuring and studying social interactions online.

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    • Distributed Cognition and The Social Web Brynn M. Evans Reboot 10 University of California Copenhagen, Denmark at San Diego 27 June 2008
    • About me PhD student studying cognitive science focus: how (if) social web services facilitate information discovery & sensemaking
    • BRAIN • BEHAVIOR • COMPUTATION
    • psychology linguistics neuroscience COGNITIVE computer human- science SCIENCE computer interaction anthropology philosophy