The road to excellence : the acquisition of expert performance in the arts and sciences, sports, and games


Auteurs : Ericsson, Karl Anders (Auteur)

Lieu de publication : Mahwah, N.J.

Éditeur : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

Date de publication : 1996

ISBN : 9780805822311

Langue : Anglais

Description : xi, 369 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Notes : Bibliogr. :p. 353-354. Index.

Sujets :
Performance - Aspect psychologique
Performance sportive et expression artistique
Apprentissage - Aspect psychologique
Création (Arts) - Aspect psychologique

Dépouillement du document :
The Acquisition of Expert Performance : An Introduction to Some of the Issues / K.A. Ericsson

The Role of Practice and Coaching in Entrepreneurial Skill Domains : An International Comparison of Life-Span Chess Skill Acquisition / N. Charness, R. Krampe, U. Mayr

Deliberate Practice in Sports : What Is It Anyway? / J.L. Starkes, J.M. Deakin, F. Allard, N.J. Hodges, A. Hayes

The Acquisition of Musical Performance Expertise: Deconstructing the "Talent" Account of Individual Differences in Musical Expressivity / J.A. Sloboda

The Acquisition of Medical Expertise in Complex Dynamic Environments / V.L. Patel, D.R. Kaufman, S.A. Magder

Perceptual and Memory Processes in the Acquisition of Expert Performance : The EPAM Model / H.B. Richman, F. Gobet, J.J. Staszewski, H.A. Simon

Expertise in Reading / R.K. Wagner, K.E. Stanovich

Creative Expertise : A Life-Span Developmental Perspective / D.K. Simonton

The Childhoods and Early Lives of Geniuses : Combining Psychological and Biographical Evidence / M.J.A. Howe

The Rage to Master : The Decisive Role of Talent in the Visual Arts / E. Winner

Changing the Agency for Learning: Acquiring Expert Performance / R. Glaser

Expert Performance and the History of Science / F.L. Holmes

Capturing Expertise in Sports / J.B. Shea, G. Paull

Laboratory Experimentation on the Genesis of Expertise / R.M. Shiffrin

Costs of Expertise / R.J. Sternberg

Résumé :
This text examines how elite performers in the arts, sciences, sports and games, achieve their accomplishments. It shows that elite performers, rather than being successful due to innate talents, have engaged in activities specifically designed to improve their performance at an early age. [editor summary]

Collection : Bibliothèque de l'École nationale de cirque

Localisation : Bibliothèque

Cote : 153.901 5 E686r 1996

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