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26 - Skilled Decision Theory: From Intelligence to Numeracy and Expertise

from Part V.I - Domains of Expertise: Professions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 May 2018

K. Anders Ericsson
Affiliation:
Florida State University
Robert R. Hoffman
Affiliation:
Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Aaron Kozbelt
Affiliation:
Brooklyn College, City University of New York
A. Mark Williams
Affiliation:
University of Utah
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