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Expert performance: Its structure and acquisition.
Counter to the common belief that expert performance reflects innate abilities and capacities, recent research in different domains of expertise has shown that expert performance is predominantly… Expand
Prospects and limits of the empirical study of expertise: an introduction
How to Study Thinking in Everyday Life: Contrasting Think-Aloud Protocols With Descriptions and Explanations of Thinking
Expertise in interpreting: An expert-performance perspective
- K. Ericsson
This paper describes how the expert-performance perspective differs from the common-sense view of professional ability and how this approach can be applied to the study of professional interpreting.… Expand
Characteristics of expert development in rhythmic gymnastics: A retrospective study
Abstract The development of expertise for two groups of rhythmic gymnasts was studied where a group of elite (Olympic) gymnasts was compared to a group of sub‐elite (International) gymnasts.… Expand
Performance without preparation: Structure and acquisition of expert sight-reading and accompanying performance.
Tracing the Development of Athletes Using Retrospective Interview Methods: A Proposed Interview and Validation Procedure for Reported Information
Abstract A new interview procedure is proposed for collecting valid information on the acquisition of high-level performance in sport. The procedure elicits verifiable information on the development… Expand
Cognitive and developmental factors in expert performance