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2007Does chess need intelligence? – A study with young chess playersBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2008Expert and ‘novice’ problem solving strategies in chess – Sixty years of citing de groot (1946)Bilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2007Inflexibility of experts – Reality or myth? Quantifying the Einstellung effect in chess mastersBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2010The mechanism of the Einstellung (set) effect: A pervasive source of cognitive biasBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2007Personality profiles of young chess playersBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2008Specialization effect and its influence on memory and problem solving in expert chess playersBilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2009Why are (the Best) women so good at chess? Participation rates and gender differences in intellectual domainsBilalić, M; Smallbone, K; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
2008Why good thoughts block better ones: The mechanism of the pernicious Einstellung (set) effect.Bilalić, M; McLeod, P; Gobet, F
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