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- found: Wikipedia WWW site, Sept. 22, 2006 (Distributed cognition is a branch of cognitive science that proposes that human knowledge and cognition are not confined to the individual. Instead, it is distributed by placing memories, facts, or knowledge on the objects, individuals, and tools in our environment.)
- found: Corsini, R. Dictionary of psychology, c1999 (distributed cognition: the argument that several agents sharing information between themselves can accomplish tasks that could not otherwise be done.)
- 2006-11-15: new
- 2012-12-11: revised
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