Can the parieto-frontal integration theory be extended to account for individual differences in skilled and expert performance in everyday life?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (2):168-169 (2007)
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Abstract

Performance on abstract unfamiliar tasks used to measure intelligence has not been found to correlate with individual differences in highly skilled and expert performance. Given that cognitive and neural structures and regions mediating performance change as skill increases, the structures highlighted by parieto-frontal integration theory are unlikely to account for individual differences in skilled cognitive achievement in everyday life

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