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Martha W. Alibali
Martha W. Alibali
Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin
Verified email at wisc.edu
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Children's thinking
RS Siegler
Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1991
24501991
Developing conceptual understanding and procedural skill in mathematics: An iterative process.
B Rittle-Johnson, RS Siegler, MW Alibali
Journal of educational psychology 93 (2), 346, 2001
17512001
Visible embodiment: Gestures as simulated action
AB Hostetter, MW Alibali
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15, 495-514, 2008
12172008
Conceptual and procedural knowledge of mathematics: Does one lead to the other?
B Rittle-Johnson, MW Alibali
Journal of educational psychology 91 (1), 175, 1999
10461999
Embodiment in mathematics teaching and learning: Evidence from learners' and teachers' gestures
MW Alibali, MJ Nathan
Journal of the learning sciences 21 (2), 247-286, 2012
9262012
Does understanding the equal sign matter? Evidence from solving equations
EJ Knuth, AC Stephens, NM McNeil, MW Alibali
Journal for research in Mathematics Education 37 (4), 297-312, 2006
7792006
Gesture and the process of speech production: We think, therefore we gesture
MW Alibali, S Kita, AJ Young
Language and cognitive processes 15 (6), 593-613, 2000
7652000
Gesture-speech mismatch and mechanisms of learning: What the hands reveal about a child′ s state of mind
MW Alibali, S GoldinMeadow
Cognitive psychology 25 (4), 468-523, 1993
6801993
Transitions in concept acquisition: using the hand to read the mind.
S Goldin-Meadow, MW Alibali, RB Church
Psychological review 100 (2), 279, 1993
6721993
Effects of visibility between speaker and listener on gesture production: Some gestures are meant to be seen
MW Alibali, DC Heath, HJ Myers
Journal of Memory and Language 44 (2), 169-188, 2001
6372001
Can infants map meaning to newly segmented words? Statistical segmentation and word learning
KG Estes, JL Evans, MW Alibali, JR Saffran
Psychological science 18 (3), 254-260, 2007
6022007
Gesture's role in speaking, learning, and creating language
S Goldin-Meadow, MW Alibali
Annual review of psychology 64, 257-283, 2013
5922013
Teachers’ gestures facilitate students’ learning: A lesson in symmetry
L Valenzeno, MW Alibali, R Klatzky
Contemporary Educational Psychology 28 (2), 187-204, 2003
5462003
The function of gesture in learning to count: More than keeping track
MW Alibali, AA DiRusso
Cognitive development 14 (1), 37-56, 1999
5161999
Middle school students' understanding of core algebraic concepts: Equivalence & Variable1
EJ Knuth, MW Alibali, NM McNeil, A Weinberg, AC Stephens
Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik 37 (1), 68-76, 2005
4642005
Gesture in spatial cognition: Expressing, communicating, and thinking about spatial information
MW Alibali
Spatial cognition and computation 5 (4), 307-331, 2005
4462005
Why won't you change your mind? Knowledge of operational patterns hinders learning and performance on equations
NM McNeil, MW Alibali
Child development 76 (4), 883-899, 2005
4272005
How children change their minds: Strategy change can be gradual or abrupt.
MW Alibali
Developmental psychology 35 (1), 127, 1999
3761999
How do gestures influence thinking and speaking? The gesture-for-conceptualization hypothesis.
S Kita, MW Alibali, M Chu
Psychological review 124 (3), 245, 2017
3352017
Teachers' gestures as a means of scaffolding students' understanding: Evidence from an early algebra lesson
MW Alibali, MJ Nathan
Video research in the learning sciences, 349-365, 2014
3272014
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