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1996Templates in chess memory: A mechanism for recalling several boardsGobet, F; Simon, HA
2003Towards a model of expectation-driven perceptionLane, PCR; Gobet, F
2007Towards a Unified Model of Language AcquisitionGobet, F; Pine, J M; Freudenthal, D
2007Towards an alternative to Benner’s theory of expert intuition in nursing: A discussion paperGobet, F; Chassy, P
2011Transition expertise: Cognitive factors and developmental processes that contribute to repeated successful career transitions amongst elite athletes, musicians and business peopleConnolly, Christopher James
2002Travailler avec Herbert SimonGobet, F
2007Understanding the Developmental Dynamics of Subject Omission: The Role of Processing Limitations in LearningFreudenthal, D; Pine, J M; Gobet, F
2006Unifying cross-linguistic and within-language patterns of finiteness marking in MOSAICFreudenthal, D; Pine, J M; Gobet, F
2008Using a cognitive architecture for addressing the question of cognitive universals in cross-cultural psychology: The example of awaléGobet, F
2013Visual search in ecological and non-ecological displays: Evidence for a non-monotonic effect of complexity on performanceChassy, P; Gobet, F
2002Visuo-spatial abilities in chess playersWaters, A; Gobet, F; Leyden, G
1999What do connectionnist simulations tell us?Gobet, F
2001What forms the chunks in a subject's performance? Lessons from the CHREST computational model of learningLane, PCR; Gobet, F; Cheng, PCH
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