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|1996||Recall of random and distorted positions: Implications for the theory of expertise.||Gobet, F; Simon, H A|
|1996||Recall of rapidly presented random chess positions is a function of skill.||Gobet, F; Simon, H A|
|1996||The Roles of recognition processes and look-ahead search in time-constrained expert problem solving: Evidence from grandmaster level chess.||Gobet, F; Simon, H A|
|1998||Memory for the meaningless: How chunks help||Gobet, F|
|1996||Discrimination nets, production systems and semantic networks: Elements of a unified framework||Gobet, F|
|1993||A computer model of chess memory||Gobet, F|
|1997||Can Deep Blue™ make us happy? Reflections on human and artificial expertise||Gobet, F|