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The rage to drink, or: Frontiers of expertise

  • Oliver Vitouch (a1)

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Current evidence shows that “talent” is an unreliable concept, but the competing concept of “expertise” suffers from inadequacies too: its research designs are structurally incomplete (talent and training are confounded) and individual factors are largely ignored. The deliberate practice account should be advanced by investigating in more detail the motivational and individual determinants of successful practice.

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The rage to drink, or: Frontiers of expertise

  • Oliver Vitouch (a1)

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