Übung macht den Meister

Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Sieht man „Expertise“, also Fachkönnen, als allgemeines Potenzial, ähnlich wie allgemeine Intelligenz, so könnte man denken, eine solche Expertise wäre ein Vermögen, das uns befähigt, generell herausfordernde Situationen zu bewältigen. Die Forschung zeigt uns aber, dass auch herausragende Talente ihre Meisterschaft meist nur auf ihrem bestimmten Gebiet erlangen. Sogar bei relativ benachbarten Gebieten scheint es sehr schwierig zu sein, elitäre Performance-Level zu übertragen.

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