Martha W Alibali
Affiliation: University of Wisconsin
- Mimicry and simulation in gesture comprehensionMartha W Alibali
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI 53706 http psych wisc edu alibali home html
Behav Brain Sci 33:433-4. 2010..Viewing gestures may elicit overt mimicry, or may evoke corresponding simulations in the minds of addressees. These real or simulated actions contribute to addressees' comprehension of speakers' gestures...
- Spontaneous gestures influence strategy choices in problem solvingMartha W Alibali
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin Madison, 1202 W Johnson St, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Psychol Sci 22:1138-44. 2011..Thus, spontaneous gestures influence strategy choices in problem solving...
- Visible embodiment: gestures as simulated actionAutumn B Hostetter
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, USA
Psychon Bull Rev 15:495-514. 2008..Finally, we compare this framework with other current models of gesture production, and we briefly outline predictions that derive from the framework...
- Learning about the equal sign: does comparing with inequality symbols help?Shanta Hattikudur
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA
J Exp Child Psychol 107:15-30. 2010..Therefore, an instructional approach involving comparison can be an effective tool for learning about concepts in mathematics...
- Why won't you change your mind? Knowledge of operational patterns hinders learning and performance on equationsNicole M McNeil
University of Wisconsin Madison, USA
Child Dev 76:883-99. 2005..Students whose knowledge was activated did not perform as well on equations. Results suggest that early-learned patterns constrain future learning and performance...
- Mechanisms of change in the development of mathematical reasoningMartha W Alibali
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI 53706, USA
Adv Child Dev Behav 33:79-123. 2005
- Can infants map meaning to newly segmented words? Statistical segmentation and word learningKatharine Graf Estes
University of Wisconsin Madison, 1500 Highland Ave, Room 501, Madison, WI 53705, USA
Psychol Sci 18:254-60. 2007..This work provides the first demonstration that exposure to word forms in a statistical word segmentation task facilitates subsequent word learning...