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  • Holding, D.H. (1985) The Psychology of Chess Skill, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

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  • Chase, W.G. and Simon, HA. (1973) The mind's eye in chess, In: W.G. Chase (ed.) Visual Information Processing, New York: Academic Press.
  • Holding, D.H. and Reynolds, R.I. (1982) Recall or evaluation of chess problems as detetminants of chess skill, Memory and Cognition 10: 237-42.
  • Simon, H.A. and Chase, W.G. (1973) Skill in chess, American Scientist 61(4): 394-403.


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