Expertise

These articles discuss the role of expertise in the evolution of human cognition.

Chazan, M. (1997). Redefining levallois. Journal of Human Evolution, 33, 719-735.

Coolidge, F.L., Haidle, M.N., Lombard, M. & Wynn, T. (2015). Bridging theory and bow hunting: Human cognitive evolution and archaeologyAntiquity, 89, 1-14.

Gobet, F. (1998). Expert memory: A comparison of four theories. Cognition66, 115-152.

Nonaka, T., Bril, B., & Rein, R. (2010). How do stone knappers predict and control the outcome of flaking? Implications for understanding early stone tool technology. Journal of Human Evolution, 59, 155-167.

Wynn, T., & Coolidge, F. L. (2004). The expert Neandertal mind. Journal of human evolution, 46, 467-487.

Wynn, T. & Coolidge, F. L. (2010). How levallois reduction is similar to, and not similar to, playing chess. Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition (pp. 83-103). Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado.

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