1: Introduction and Perspective.
2: An Introduction to Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance: Its Development, Organization, and Content.
3: Two Approaches to the Study of Experts’ Characteristics.
4: Expertise, Talent, and Social Encouragement.
5: Overview of Approaches to the Study of Expertise – Brief Historical Accounts of Theories and Methods.
6: Studies of Expertise From Psychological Perspectives.
7: Educators and Expertise: A Brief History of Theories and Models.
8: Expert Systems: A Perspective From Computer Science.
9: Professionalization, Scientific Expertise, and Elitism: A Sociological Perspective.
10: Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise.
11: Observation of Work Practices in Natural Settings.
12: Methods for Studying the Structure of Expertise: Psychometric Approaches.
13: Laboratory Methods for Assessing Experts’ and Novices’ Knowledge.
14: Task Analysis.
15: Eliciting and Representing the Knowledge of Experts.
16: Protocol Analysis and Expert Thought: Concurrent Verbalizations of Thinking During Experts’ Performance on Representative Tasks.
17: Simulation for Performance and Training.
18: Methods for Studying the Acquisition and Maintenance of Expertise.
19: Laboratory Studies of Training, Skill Acquisition, and Retention of Performance.
20: Retrospective Interviews in the Study of Expertise and Expert Performance.
21: Time, Budgets, Diaries, and Analyses of Concurrent Practice Activities.
22: Historiometric Methods.
23: Domains of Expertise.
24: Professional Domains.
25: Expertise in Medicine and Surgery.
26: Expertise and Transportation1.
27: Expertise in Software Design.
28: Professional Writing Expertise.
29: Professional Judgments and “Naturalistic Decision Making”.
30: Decision-Making Expertise.
31: The Making of a Dream Team: When Expert Teams Do Best.
32: Arts, Sports, & Motor Skills.
34: Expert Performance in Sport: A Cognitive Perspective.
35: Artistic Performance: Acting, Ballet, and Contemporary Dance.
36: Perceptual-Motor Expertise.
37: Games and Other Types of Expertise.
38: Expertise in Chess.
39: Exceptional Memory.
40: Mathematical Expertise.
41: Expertise in History.
42: Generalizable Mechanisms Mediating Expertise and General Issues.
43: A Merging Theory of Expertise and Intelligence.
44: Tacit Knowledge, Practical Intelligence, and Expertise.
45: Expertise and Situation Awareness.
46: Brain Changes in the Development of Expertise: Neuroanatomical and Neurophysiological Evidence About Skill-Based Adaptations.
47: The Influence of Experience and Deliberate Practice on the Development of Superior Expert Performance.
48: Development and Adaptation of Expertise: The Role of Self-Regulatory Processes and Beliefs.
49: Aging and Expertise.
50: Social and Sociological Factors in the Development of Expertise.
51: Modes of Expertise in Creative Thinking: Evidence From Case Studies.