How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective.

C. Harteis, T. Koch, B. Morgenthaler, US-China Education Review 5 (2008) 68--80.

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Harteis C, Koch T, Morgenthaler B. How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective. US-China Education Review. 2008;5(1):68--80.
Harteis, C., Koch, T., & Morgenthaler, B. (2008). How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective. US-China Education Review, 5(1), 68--80.
@article{Harteis_Koch_Morgenthaler_2008, title={How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective.}, volume={5}, number={1}, journal={US-China Education Review}, author={Harteis, Christian and Koch, Tina and Morgenthaler, Barbara}, year={2008}, pages={68--80} }
Harteis, Christian, Tina Koch, and Barbara Morgenthaler. “How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective.” US-China Education Review 5, no. 1 (2008): 68--80.
C. Harteis, T. Koch, and B. Morgenthaler, “How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective.,” US-China Education Review, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 68--80, 2008.
Harteis, Christian, et al. “How Intuition Contributes to High Performance: An Educational Perspective.” US-China Education Review, vol. 5, no. 1, 2008, pp. 68--80.

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