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2001Herbert Simon (1916-2001). The scientist of the artificialGobet, F
2010Herbert Simon's decision-making approach: Investigation of cognitive processes in expertsCampitelli, G; Gobet, F
2003Implicit learning of expert chess knowledgeGobet, F
2000Individual data analysis and Unified Theories of Cognition: A methodological proposalGobet, F; Ritter, F E
2007Inflexibility of experts – Reality or myth? Quantifying the Einstellung effect in chess mastersBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2001In search of templatesGobet, F; Jackson, S
2007Integration of perceptual input and visual imagery in chess players: Evidence from eye movementsCampitelli, G; Gobet, F; Williams, G; Parker, A
2002Intelligence and chessGobet, F; Campitelli, G
2007An investigation into the effect of ageing on expert memory with CHRESTSmith, RL; Gobet, F; Lane, PCR
2001Is experts' knowledge modular?Gobet, F
1992Learned helplessness in chess players: The importance of task similarity and the role of skillGobet, F
2000Learning-based constraints on schemataLane, PCR; Gobet, F; Cheng, PCH
2000Learning novel sound patternsJones, G; Gobet, F; Pine, J M
2001Learning perceptual chunks for problem decompositionLane, PCR; Cheng, PCH; Gobet, F
1999Learning perceptual schemas to avoid the utility problemLane, PCR; Cheng, PCH; Gobet, F
2007Left lateralization in autobiographical memory: An fMRI study using the expert archival paradigmCampitelli, G; Parker, A; Head, K; Gobet, F
2007Linking working memory and long-term memory: A computational model of the learning of new wordsJones, G; Gobet, F; Pine, J M
2000Long-term working memory: A computational implementation for chess expertiseGobet, F
2011Measuring chess experts' single-use sequence knowledge: An archival study of departure from 'theoretical' openingsChassy, P; Gobet, F
2010The mechanism of the Einstellung (set) effect: A pervasive source of cognitive biasBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F