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Joachim Hüffmeier, Joyce Elena Schleu, and Christoph Nohe

Whether people work harder in teams compared with individually (i.e., effort gains in teams) is among the oldest research questions in psychology as a whole and, specifically, in sports and social psychology (e.g.,  Köhler, 1926 ; Moede, 1914 ). 1 To find out whether and under which conditions