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Why good thoughts block better ones: The mechanism of the pernicious Einstellung (set) effect
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Cognition 108 (3), 652-661, 2008
2842008
Inflexibility of experts—Reality or myth? Quantifying the Einstellung effect in chess masters
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Cognitive psychology 56 (2), 73-102, 2008
2562008
Many faces of expertise: fusiform face area in chess experts and novices
M Bilalić, R Langner, R Ulrich, W Grodd
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (28), 10206-10214, 2011
2122011
Does chess need intelligence?—A study with young chess players
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Intelligence 35 (5), 457-470, 2007
1652007
Mechanisms and neural basis of object and pattern recognition: a study with chess experts.
M Bilalić, R Langner, M Erb, W Grodd
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (4), 728, 2010
1612010
The mechanism of the Einstellung (set) effect: A pervasive source of cognitive bias
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Current Directions in Psychological Science 19 (2), 111-115, 2010
1322010
Specialization effect and its influence on memory and problem solving in expert chess players
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Cognitive science 33 (6), 1117-1143, 2009
1032009
The faces in radiological images: fusiform face area supports radiological expertise
M Bilalić, T Grottenthaler, T Nägele, T Lindig
Cerebral Cortex 26 (3), 1004-1014, 2016
762016
Expertise modulates the neural basis of context dependent recognition of objects and their relations
M Bilalić, L Turella, G Campitelli, M Erb, W Grodd
Human brain mapping 33 (11), 2728-2740, 2012
722012
Personality profiles of young chess players
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Personality and Individual Differences 42 (6), 901-910, 2007
712007
The neuroscience of expertise
M Bilalić
Cambridge University Press, 2017
702017
It takes two–skilled recognition of objects engages lateral areas in both hemispheres
M Bilalić, A Kiesel, C Pohl, M Erb, W Grodd
PLoS One 6 (1), e16202, 2011
632011
Why good thoughts block better ones
M Bilalić, P McLeod
Scientific American 310 (3), 74-79, 2014
582014
Why are (the best) women so good at chess? Participation rates and gender differences in intellectual domains
M Bilalić, K Smallbone, P McLeod, F Gobet
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1659), 1161-1165, 2009
582009
Expert and “novice” problem solving strategies in chess: Sixty years of citing de Groot (1946)
M Bilalić, P McLeod, F Gobet
Thinking & Reasoning 14 (4), 395-408, 2008
532008
The temporo-parietal junction contributes to global gestalt perception—evidence from studies in chess experts
J Rennig, M Bilalić, E Huberle, HO Karnath, M Himmelbach
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 513, 2013
472013
Foundations of cognitive psychology
F Gobet, P Chassy, M Bilalic
McGraw Hill, 2016
412016
The joint influence of intelligence and practice on skill development throughout the life span
N Vaci, P Edelsbrunner, E Stern, A Neubauer, M Bilalić, RH Grabner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (37), 18363-18369, 2019
392019
Revisiting the role of the fusiform face area in expertise
M Bilalić
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (9), 1345-1357, 2016
392016
Home advantage during the COVID-19 pandemic: Analyses of European football leagues
D McCarrick, M Bilalic, N Neave, S Wolfson
Psychology of sport and exercise 56, 102013, 2021
342021
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