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The Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance

Author: Ericsson, K. Anders ; Charness, Neil ; Feltovich, P. J. ; Hoffman, Robert R.Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 901 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0521600812Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Cambridge handbook of expertise Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance and expert performance Contents Acknowledgements Contributors PART I page xi xiii INTRODUCTION AND PERSPECTIVE 1 . An Introduction to The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance: Its Development, Organization, and Content K.Anders Ericsson Two Approaches to the Study of Experts' Characteristics Michelene IT: H. Chi Earl Hunt 3 2. 3. Expertise, Talent, and Social Encouragement P A R T I1 OVERVIEW OF APPROACHES T O THE STUDY OF EXPERTISE - BRIEF HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS OF THEORIES AND METHODS 4. Studies of Expertise from Psychological Perspectives Paul J Feltovich, Michael J. Prietula, 82 K. Anders Ericsson \ 5. Educators and Expertise: A Brief History of Theories and Models Ray J. Amirault 82 Robert K. Branson 6. Expert Systems: A Perspective from Computer Science Bruce G. Buchanan, Randall Davis, 81 Edward A. Feigenbaum 7 . Professionalization, Scientific Expertise, and Elitism: A Sociological Perspective Julia Evetts, Harald A. Mieg, and: Ulrike Felt P A R T I11 105 METHODS FOR STUDYING THE STRUCTURE OF EXPERTISE 8. Observation of Work Practices in Natural Settings William J. Clancey 9. Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise: Psychometric Approaches Phillip L. Ackennan and: Margaret E. Beier lo. Laboratory Methods for Assessing Experts' and Novices' Knowledge Michelene II: H. Chi Task Analysis Jan Maarten Schraagen Eliciting and Representing the Knowledge of Experts Robert R. Hoffman and: Gavan Lintem Protocol Analysis and Expert Thought: Concurrent Verbalizations of Thinking during Experts' Performance on Representative Tasks K. Anders Ericsson 11. 12. I3. 14. Simulation for Performance and Training Paul Ward, A. Mark Williams, and Peter A. Hancock PART N METHODS FOR STUDYING THE ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE OF EXPERTISE 15. Laboratory Studies of Training, Skill Acquisition, and Retention of Performance Robert W Proctor and Kim-Phuon L. Vu 16. Retrospective Interviews in the Study of Expertise and Expert Performance Lauren A . Sosniak 17. Time Budgets, Diaries, and Analyses of Concurrent Practice Activities Janice M. Deakin, Jean Cbte, andAndrew S. Harvey Dean Keith Simonton 18. Historiometric Methods PART V DOMAINS OF EXPERTISE P A R T V.A PROFESSIONAL DOMAINS 19. Expertise in Medicine and Surgery GeoffNorman, Kevin Eva, Lee Brooks, and: Stan Hamstra CONTENTS 2 0. Expertise and Transportation Francis T Durso and: Andrew R. Dattel Expertise in Software Design Sabine Sonnentag, Cornelia Niessen, and: Judith Volmer 21 . 22. Professional Writing Expertise Ronald T Kellogg 23. Professional Judgments and "Naturalistic Decision Making" Karol G. Ross, Jennifer L. Shafel; and: G a y Klein 24. Decision-Making Expertise J. Frank Yates and:MichaelD. Tschirhart 2 5. The Making of a Dream ~ e a mWhen Expert Teams Do Best : Eduardo Salas, Michael A. Rosen, C. Shawn Burke, Gerald E Goodwin, and: Stephen M. Fiore P A R T V.B ARTS, SPORTS, and MOTOR SKILLS 2 6. Music Andreas C. Lehmann iX Hans Gruber 2 7. Expert Performance in Sport: A Cognitive Perspective Nicola J. Hodges, Janet L. Starkes, 82 Chre MacMahon 28. Artistic Performance: Acting, Ballet, and Contemporary Dance Helga Noice and: T i Noice 2 9. Perceptual-Motor Expertise David A. Rosenbaum, Jason S. Augustyn, Raja1 G. Cohen, and: Steven A. Jax P A R T V.C GAMES AND OTHER ?II'PES OF EXPERTISE 30. Expertise in Chess Femand Gobet and: Neil Chamess 3 1 Exceptional Memory . John M. Wilding and: Elizabeth R. Valentine 32. Mathematical Expertise Brian Buttworth 3 3. Expertise in History James E Voss and: Jennifer Wiley PART VI GENERALIZABLE MECHANISMS MEDIATING EXPERTISE AND GENERAL ISSUES 34. A Merging Theory of Expertise and Intelligence John Hom iX Hiromi Masunaga 3 5. Tacit Knowledge, Practical Intelligence, and Expertise Anna T Cianciolo, Cynthia Matthew, Robert J. Sternberg, and Richard K . Wagner 36. Expertise and Situation Awareness Mica R. Endsky 37. Brain Changes in the Development of Expertise: Neuroanatomical and Neur~~hysiological Evidence about Skill-Based Adaptations Niwk M. Hill 82 Walter Schneider 38. The Influence of Experience and Deliberate Practice on the Development of Superior Expert performance K. Anders Ericsson 39. Development and Adaptation of Expertise: The Role of Self-Regulatory Processes and Beliefs Bany J. Zimmerman 40. Aging and Expertise Ralf Th. Krampe and: Neil Charness 4 . Social and Sociological Factors in the Development of Expertise 1 Harald A. M e ig 42. Modes of Expertise in Creative Thinking: Evidence From Case Studies Robert W Weisberg Author Index Subject Index

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