Fernand R. Gobet

Brunel University, Uxbridge, England, United Kingdom 
expertise, computational modelling, acquisition of language
"Fernand Gobet"
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Amidu A, Boyd D, Gobet F. (2019) A protocol analysis of use of forward and backward reasoning during valuation problem solving Property Management. 37: 638-661
Amidu AR, Boyd D, Gobet F. (2019) A Study of the Interplay between Intuition and Rationality in Valuation Decision Making Journal of Property Research. 36: 387-418
Sala G, Aksayli ND, Tatlidil KS, et al. (2019) Working Memory Training Does Not Enhance Older Adults’ Cognitive Skills: A Comprehensive Meta-Analysis Intelligence. 77: 101386
Noble C, Sala G, Peter M, et al. (2019) The impact of shared book reading on children's language skills: A meta-analysis Educational Research Review. 28: 100290
Aksayli ND, Sala G, Gobet F. (2019) The Cognitive and Academic Benefits of Cogmed: A Meta-Analysis Educational Research Review. 27: 229-243
Sala G, Gobet F. (2018) Elvis Has Left the Building: Correlational but Not Causal Relationship between Music Skill and Cognitive Ability Cognitive Science. 987-993
Burgoyne AP, Sala G, Gobet F, et al. (2018) Corrigendum to “the relationship between cognitive ability and chess skill: A comprehensive meta-analysis” [Intelligence 59 (2016) 72–83] Intelligence. 71: 92-96
Gobet F. (2017) Three Views on Expertise: Philosophical Implications for Rationality, Knowledge, Intuition and Education Journal of Philosophy of Education. 51: 605-619
Sala G, Gobet F. (2017) When the music's over. Does music skill transfer to children's and young adolescents' cognitive and academic skills? A meta-analysis Educational Research Review. 20: 55-67
Guida A, Campitelli G, Gobet F. (2016) Becoming an expert: Ontogeny of expertise as an example of neural reuse. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e123
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