Understanding Expertise: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach
What makes an expert? Do gifted children really exist? How do musicians differ from non-musicians? In exploring questions like these, Gobet provides a comprehensive overview of the field of expertise. With research from psychology, neuroscience, sociology, artificial intelligence and philosophy, this is the best possible guide to the subject.
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Perception and Categorisation
Intuition Insight and Creativity
Talent Individual Differences and Gender Differences
Learning and Education
Experts and Society
Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems
Putting It All Together
Development and Ageing
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