The neuroscience of getting smarter.
Professor of Decision Making and Expertise, University of Liverpool
My main research interest is the psychology of expertise and talent, which I have studied in numerous domains including board games, business, sport, physics, computer programming, music, language acquisition, nursing and physiotherapy. My research combines experimental methods with computational modelling. I have over 250 publications, including six books on expertise and computational modelling. My two latest books are Problem Gambling (2014) and Understanding Expertise: A Multidisciplinary Approach (2015).