The science of expertise: Behavioral, neural, and genetic approaches to complex skill
Taylor & Francis
Place of Publication
New York, NY
School of Arts and Humanities
Offering the broadest review of psychological perspectives on human expertise to date, this volume covers behavioral, computational, neural, and genetic approaches to understanding complex skill. The chapters show how performance in music, the arts, sports, games, medicine, and other domains reflects basic traits such as personality and intelligence, as well as knowledge and skills acquired through training. In doing so, this book moves the field of expertise beyond the duality of "nature vs. nurture" toward an integrative understanding of complex skill. This book is an invaluable resource for researchers and students interested in expertise, and for professionals seeking current reviews of psychological research on expertise.
Hambrick, D. Z., Campitelli, G., Macnamara, B. N., & Plomin, R. (2017). The science of expertise: Behavioral, neural, and genetic approaches to complex skill. Taylor & Francis.