Deliberate Practice

@article{Campitelli2011DeliberateP,
  title={Deliberate Practice},
  author={G. Campitelli and F. Gobet},
  journal={Current Directions in Psychological Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={280 - 285}
}
Deliberate practice (DP) occurs when an individual intentionally repeats an activity in order to improve performance. The claim of the DP framework is that such behavior is necessary to achieve high levels of expert performance. The proponents of the framework reject evidence that suggests that other variables are also necessary to achieve high levels of expert performance, or they claim that the relationship between those variables and expert performance is mediated by DP. Therefore, the DP… Expand

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