Table of contents for The Cambridge handbook of expertise and expert performance / edited by K. Anders Ericsson ... [et al.].

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I Introduction and Perspective
K. Anders Ericsson, Section Editor
1. An Introduction to Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert
Performance: Its Development, Organization, and Content
K. Anders Ericsson
2. Two approaches to the study of experts' characteristics
Michelene T. H. Chi
3. Expertise, Talent, and Social Encouragement
Earl Hunt
II Overview of Approaches to the Study of Expertise -- Brief His-
torical Accounts of Theories and Methods
Paul Feltovich, Section Editor
4. Studies of Expertise from Psychological Perspectives
Paul J. Feltovich, Michael J. Prietula, & K. Anders Ericsson
5. Overview of Approaches to the Study of Expertise: Brief Historical
Accounts of Theories and Methods
Ray J. Amirault & Robert K. Branson
6. Expert systems: A perspective from Computer Science
Bruce G. Buchanan, Randall Davis, & Edward A. Feigenbaum
7. Professionalization, Scientific Expertise, and Elitism -- A
Sociological Perspective
Julia Evetts, Harald A. Mieg, & Ulrike Felt
III Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise
Robert R. Hoffman, Section Editor
8. Observation of Work Practices in Natural Settings
William J. Clancey
9. Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise: Psychometric
Philip L. Ackerman and Margaret E. Beier
10. Methods to Assess the Representations of Experts' and Novices'
Michelene T. H. Chi
11. Task Analysis
Jan Maarten Schraagen
12. Eliciting and Representing the Knowledge of Experts
Robert R. Hoffman and Gavan Lintern
13. Protocol Analysis and Expert Thought: Concurrent Verbalizations
of Thinking during Experts' Performance on Representative Tasks
K. Anders Ericsson
14. Simulation for Performance and Training
Paul Ward, A. Mark Williams, & Peter A. Hancock
IV Methods for Studying the Acquisition and Maintenance of
Neil Charness, Section Editor
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
Lauren A. Sosniak
17. Time budgets, Diaries and Analyses of Concurrent Practice
Janice M. Deakin, Jean C¿ot´e and Andrew S. Harvey
18. Historiometric Methods
Dean Keith Simonton
V Domains of Expertise
V A. Professional Domains
Robert Hoffman, Section Editor
19. Expertise in Medicine and Surgery
Geoff Norman, Kevin Eva, Lee Brooks & Stan Hamstra
20. Expertise and Transportation
Francis T. Durso & Andrew R. Dattel
21. Expertise in Software Design
Sabine Sonnentag, Cornelia Niessen, & Judith Volmer
22. Professional Writing Expertise
Ronald T. Kellogg
23. Professional Judgments and "Naturalistic Decision Making"
Karol G. Ross, Jennifer L. Shafer, and Gary Klein
24. Decision Making Expertise
J. Frank Yates & Michael D. Tschirhart
25. The Making of a Dream Team: When Expert Teams Do Best
Eduardo Salas, Michael Rosen, C. Shawn Burke, Gerald F. Goodwin,
& Stephen M. Fiore
V.B Arts, Sports & Motor Skills
Neil Charness, Section Editor
26. Music
Andreas C. Lehmann and Hans Gruber
27. Expert Performance in Sport: A Cognitive Perspective
Nicola J. Hodges, Janet L. Starkes, Clare MacMahon
28. Artistic Performance: Acting, ballet, and contemporary dance
Helga Noice and Tony Noice
29. Perceptual-Motor Expertise
David A. Rosenbaum, Jason S. Augustyn, Rajal G. Cohen, & Steven
A. Jax
V.C Games and Other Types of Expertise
Neil Charness, Section Editor)
30. Expertise in Chess
Fernand Gobet and Neil Charness
31. Exceptional Memory
John M. Wilding and Elizabeth R. Valentine
32. Mathematical Expertise
Brian Butterworth
33. Expertise in History
Jim F. Voss & Jennifer Wiley
VI Generalizable Mechanisms Mediating Expertise and General
Paul Feltovich, Section Editor
34. A Merging Theory of Expertise and Intelligence
John Horn and Hiromi Masunaga
35. Tacit knowledge, Practical Intelligence and Expertise
Anna T. Cianciolo, Cynthia Matthew, Richard K.Wagner and Robert
J. Sternberg
36. Situational Awareness
Mica R. Endsley
37. Brain Changes in the Development of Expertise: Neuroanatomical
and Neurophysiological Evidence about Skill-Based Adaptations
Nicole M. Hill & Walter Schneider
38. The Influence of Experience and Deliberate Practice on the
Development of Superior Expert Performance
Anders Ericsson
39. Development and Adaptation of Expertise: The Role of
Self-Regulatory Processes and Beliefs
Barry J. Zimmerman
40. Aging and Expertise
Ralf Th. Krampe and Neil Charness
41. Social and Sociological Factors in the Development of Expertise
Harald A. Mieg
42. Expertise and Creativity
Robert W. Weisberg
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Performance -- Psychological aspects.