Saturday, August 04, 2007

I Am A World-Class Expert

Ten-year rule, in vocational psychology dictionary:
Ten-Year Rule

Proposed by Simon and Ericsson and other researchers studying the development of expertise, the ten-year rule refers to the period of time that will typically be required to advance from novice to world-class expert, regardless of field, provided that the necessary motivation and resources are provided. In particular, regular opportunities for practice must be provided to the individual.

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