Bart publishes new book on chess cognition
William Bart, Educational Psychology professor, has published a new book: Atherton, M., & Bart, W. (2009). Cognitive transfer in chess playing: A study of chess cognition. Saarbruecken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller.
The book describes cognitive research on the topic of transfer in chess, a complex game played by over 500 million individuals worldwide that requires integrated usage of all higher thinking skills, including problem solving, decision making, critical thinking, creativity, and planning.