Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance

Editors: Ericsson, K. Anders, Hoffman, Robert R. and Kozbelt, Aaron
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-316-50261-7
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 73
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

In this updated and expanded edition of The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance, some of the world's foremost experts on expertise share their scientific knowledge of expertise and expert performance and show how experts may differ from non-experts in terms of development, training, reasoning, knowledge, and social support. The book reviews innovative methods for measuring experts' knowledge and performance in relevant tasks.

Share this

Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part I Introduction and Perspectives
  • 1 An Introduction to the Second Edition of The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance: Its Development, Organization, and Content - K. Anders Ericsson
  • 2 A Sociological/Philosophical Perspective on Expertise: The Acquisition of Expertise through Socialization - Harry Collins and Robert Evans
  • 3 Reframing Expertise and its Development: A Lifeworld Perspective - Gloria Dall'Alba
  • 4 The Evolution of Expertise - Bo Winegard, Benjamin Winegard, and David C. Geary
  • 5 Expertise in Other Animals: Canines as an Example - William S. Helton and Nicole D. Helton
  • Part II Overview of Approaches to the Study of Expertise: Brief Historical Accounts of Theories and Methods
  • 6 Studies of Expertise from Psychological Perspectives: Historical Foundations and Recurrent Themes - Paul J. Feltovich, Michael J. Prietula, and K. Anders Ericsson
  • 7 Expert Systems: A Perspective from Computer Science - Bruce G. Buchanan, Randall Davis, Reid G. Smith, and Edward A. Feigenbaum
  • 8 Developing Occupational Expertise through Everyday Work Activities and Interactions - Stephen Billett, Christian Harteis, and Hans Gruber
  • 9 Professionalism, Science, and Expert Roles: A Social Perspective - Harald A. Mieg and Julia Evetts
  • Part III Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise
  • 10 Perception in Expertise - David Landy
  • 11 Eliciting and Representing the Knowledge of Experts - Gavan Lintern, Brian Moon, Gary Klein, and Robert R. Hoffman
  • 12 Capturing Expert Thought with Protocol Analysis: Concurrent Verbalizations of Thinking during Experts’ Performance on Representative Tasks - K. Anders Ericsson
  • 13 Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise: Psychometric Approaches - Philip L. Ackerman and Margaret E. Beier
  • 14 Studies of the Activation and Structural Changes of the Brain Associated with Expertise - Merim Bilalić and Guillermo Campitelli
  • Part IV Methods for Studying the Acquisition and Maintenance of Expertise
  • 15 Collecting and Assessing Practice Activity Data: Concurrent, Retrospective, and Longitudinal Approaches - Joseph Baker, Nicola J. Hodges, and Melissa J. Wilson
  • 16 Multidisciplinary Longitudinal Studies: A Perspective from the Field of Sports - Marije T. Elferink-Gemser, Sanne C. M. te Wierike, and Chris Visscher
  • 17 Using Cases to Understand Expert Performance: Method and Methodological Triangulation - Michael D. Mumford, Tristan McIntosh, and Tyler Mulhearn
  • 18 Historiometric Methods - Dean Keith Simonton
  • Part V.I Domains of Expertise: Professions
  • 19 Expertise in Medicine and Surgery - Geoffrey R. Norman, Lawrence E. M. Grierson, Jonathan Sherbino, Stanley J. Hamstra, Henk G. Schmidt, and Silvia Mamede
  • 20 Expertise and Transportation - Francis T. Durso, Andrew R. Dattel, and Vlad L. Pop
  • 21 Expertise in Professional Design - Nigel Cross
  • 22 Toward Deliberate Practice in the Development of Entrepreneurial Expertise: The Anatomy of the Effectual Ask - Nicholas Dew, Anusha Ramesh, Stuart Read, and Saras D. Sarasvathy
  • 23 Professional Writing Expertise - Ronald T. Kellogg
  • 24 Expertise and Expert Performance in Teaching - James W. Stigler and Kevin F. Miller
  • 25 Expert Professional Judgments and “Naturalistic Decision Making” - Kathleen Mosier, Ute Fischer, Robert R. Hoffman, and Gary Klein
  • 26 Skilled Decision Theory: From Intelligence to Numeracy and Expertise - Edward T. Cokely, Adam Feltz, Saima Ghazal, Jinan N. Allan, Dafina Petrova, and Rocio Garcia-Retamero
  • 27 What Makes an Expert Team? A Decade of Research - Shirley C. Sonesh, Christina Lacerenza, Shannon Marlow, and Eduardo Salas
  • Part V.II Domains of Expertise: Arts, Sports, Games, and Other Skills
  • 28 Expertise in Music - Andreas C. Lehmann, Hans Gruber, and Reinhard Kopiez
  • 29 Brain Changes Associated with Acquisition of Musical Expertise - Eckart Altenmüller and Shinichi Furuya
  • 30 Expertise in Drawing - Aaron Kozbelt and Justin Ostrofsky
  • 31 Expertise in Chess - Fernand Gobet and Neil Charness
  • 32 Mathematical Expertise - Brian Butterworth
  • 33 Expertise in Second Language Vocabulary - Marijana Macis, Mélodie Garnier, Laura Vilkaitė, and Norbert Schmitt
  • 34 Expertise in Sport: Specificity, Plasticity, and Adaptability in High-Performance Athletes - A. Mark Williams, Paul R. Ford, Nicola J. Hodges, and Paul Ward
  • Part VI Generalizable Mechanisms Mediating Types of Expertise
  • 35 Superior Anticipation - Bruce Abernethy, Damian Farrow, and David L. Mann
  • 36 Superior Working Memory in Experts - K. Anders Ericsson
  • 37 Expertise and Situation Awareness - Mica R. Endsley
  • Part VII General Issues and Theoretical Frameworks
  • 38 The Differential Influence of Experience, Practice, and Deliberate Practice on the Development of Superior Individual Performance of Experts - K. Anders Ericsson
  • 39 Practical Intelligence and Tacit Knowledge: An Ecological View of Expertise - Anna T. Cianciolo and Robert J. Sternberg
  • 40 Cognitive Load and Expertise Reversal - Slava Kalyuga and John Sweller
  • 41 Expertise and Structured Imagination in Creative Thinking: Reconsideration of an Old Question - Robert W. Weisberg
  • 42 Aging and Expertise - Ralf T. Krampe and Neil Charness