Richard E. Mayer

Psychological and Brain Sciences University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
"Richard Mayer"
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Bediou B, Adams DM, Mayer RE, et al. (2017) Meta-Analysis of Action Video Game Impact on Perceptual, Attentional, and Cognitive Skills. Psychological Bulletin
Green CS, Kattner F, Eichenbaum A, et al. (2017) Playing Some Video Games but Not Others Is Related to Cognitive Abilities. Psychological Science. 956797616644837
Pilegard C, Mayer RE. (2016) Improving academic learning from computer-based narrative games Contemporary Educational Psychology. 44: 12-20
Mayer RE. (2015) On the Need for Research Evidence to Guide the Design of Computer Games for Learning Educational Psychologist. 50: 349-353
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2015) Effects of Observing the Instructor Draw Diagrams on Learning From Multimedia Messages Journal of Educational Psychology
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2015) Learning as a generative activity: Eight learning strategies that promote understanding Learning as a Generative Activity: Eight Learning Strategies That Promote Understanding. 1-244
Pilegard C, Mayer RE. (2015) Within-subject and between-subject conceptions of metacomprehension accuracy Learning and Individual Differences. 41: 54-61
Pilegard C, Mayer RE. (2015) Adding judgments of understanding to the metacognitive toolbox Learning and Individual Differences. 41: 62-72
McLaren BM, Adams DM, Mayer RE. (2015) Delayed Learning Effects with Erroneous Examples: A Study of Learning Decimals with a Web-Based Tutor International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education. 25: 520-542
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2015) Eight Ways to Promote Generative Learning Educational Psychology Review. 1-25
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