Expertise

Expertise
   1) Abstract Representations Give Power to Expert Performance
   [It is] predominantly the experts who construct an elaborate representation and . . . this representation need not correspond directly to a physical representation, but may be more abstract. (Chi, Glaser & Rees, 1982, p. 18)
   2) Expert Writers Produce Texts Much Reduced from Their Stock of Mental Information
   When . . . [expert writers] produce texts, they bring to mind a great deal of information that they later toss out. (Scardmalia & Bereiter, 1992, p. 172)
   3) Expertise Is the Overcoming of Ordinary Human Processing Limitations
   A common characteristic of expertise in virtually every domain is that high levels of performance are accomplished by overcoming limitations that serve to restrain the performance of most people. (Salthouse, 1992, pp. 291-292)

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