Talk:Lehrer, 2010

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This is a very interesting little piece about how memory is amplified by expertise in a matter. In this case, it's chess board layouts. I've heard of this before - that chess players remember layouts better because they understand them - as well as the idea that experts in any matter can work more easily with the data in their subject because of their frame of reference. This is explained well in by Malcolm Gladwell in Blink (Gladwell, 2005).

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