Sunday, April 24, 2011

Why study chess?

Why Study Chess?

Bart, William M. and Atherton, Michael. The Neuroscientific Basis Of Chess Playing:
applications to the Development Of Talent and Education

Buky, J. Chess, Math & Extended Response Curriculum

Campitelli, Guillermo and Gobet, Fernand. The mind’s eye in blindfold chess

Celone, Jim. Why chess?

Cohen, Robyn. Chess is fast track to brainier kids.

Dr. Dauvergne, Peter. The case for chess as a tool to develop our children’s minds

Dyck, Brenda. Chess as an Essential Teaching Tool

Ericsson, Anders. Long-Term Working Memory

Dr. Ferguson, Robert C. Chess in Education Research Summary

Dr. Ferguson, Robert C. Teacher's guide: research and benefits of chess

Dr. Ferguson, Robert C. The USA Junior Chess Olympics Research:
Developing Memory and Verbal Reasoning

Fletcher, David Chess in Education. A Creative, Aesthetic, and Feminist Approach to the
Life Lessons Learned by Students Studying Chess as an Integral Part of the
School Curriculum - and as a Non-school Educational Experience

Gobet, Fernand. Training in chess: A scientific approach

Ippolito, Dean J. Benefits of chess for children

James, Richard. Chess, Piaget and Polgar

Kitsis, Aleksandr. Benefits of chess for academic performance and creative thinking

Liptrap, James M. Chess and Standard Test Scores

Margulies, Stuart. The effect of chess on reading scores

McDonald, Patrick S. The benefits of chess in education. A Collection of Studies and Papers
on Chess and Education.

Milat, Marcel. The role of chess in modern education

Palm, Christine. Chess Improves Academic Performance

Russell, Deb. Chess and Math?

Ryan, Gary. Chess in education

Saariluoma, Pertti. Chess and content-oriented psychology of thinking

Simon, Herbert A. The Game of Chess

Wojcio, Michael D. The importance of chess in the classroom

More . . .

Benefits of Chess for Youth

A brief survey of psychological studies of chess

Chess: A Learning Tool

Chess Development in Aberdeen’s Primary Schools: A Study Of Literacy And Social Capital

Chess in the Math Curriculum

Chess raises IQ scores

Educational Benefits

Educational Benefits of Chess

Expert Performance and Deliberate Practice. An updated excerpt from Ericsson (2000).

Ho Math and Chess Research and Articles

Huge benefits for young chess players

Mathematics and Chess Page

Research & Educational Benefits of Chess

Scholastic Chess Research Bibliography

Success in Chess Mediated by Cognitive- Affective Molds

The Expert Mind

Why chess is important in education?

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