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|2004||Chunks in expert memory: Evidence for the magical number four… or is it two?||Gobet, F; Clarkson, G|
|1996||Recall of random and distorted positions: Implications for the theory of expertise.||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|
|2007||The Role of Practice in Chess: A Longitudinal Study||Campitelli, G; Gobet, F|
|2007||Brain Localisation of Memory Chunks in Chessplayers||Campitelli, G; Gobet, F; Head, K; Buckley, M; Parker, A|
|2007||Mental Imagery and Chunks: Empirical and Computational Findings||Waters, A J; Gobet, F|
|1998||Memory for the meaningless: How chunks help||Gobet, F|
|2008||Using a cognitive architecture for addressing the question of cognitive universals in cross-cultural psychology: The example of awalé||Gobet, F|
|2004||Role of pattern recognition and search in expert decision making||Gobet, F|
|1993||A computer model of chess memory||Gobet, F|