Video Game Telemetry as a Critical Tool in the Study of Complex Skill Learning

@inproceedings{Thompson2013VideoGT,
  title={Video Game Telemetry as a Critical Tool in the Study of Complex Skill Learning},
  author={Joseph J. Thompson and Mark R. Blair and Lihan Chen and Andrew J. Henrey},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Cognitive science has long shown interest in expertise, in part because prediction and control of expert development would have immense practical value. Most studies in this area investigate expertise by comparing experts with novices. The reliance on contrastive samples in studies of human expertise only yields deep insight into development where differences are important throughout skill acquisition. This reliance may be pernicious where the predictive importance of variables is not constant… CONTINUE READING
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