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Research on brainstorming in groups demonstrates that
 
  a. people brainstorming together produce fewer and lower-quality ideas than those brainstorming individually.
  b. people believe that the ideas generated in group brainstorming sessions are not as good as those generated byindividuals.
 c. group brainstorming can be enhanced by production blocking.
  d. people feel more comfortable expressing unusual ideas in group brainstorming sessions.
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