Logan Fiorella

Affiliations: 
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, United States 
Area:
Cognition, instruction, learning, multimedia
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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
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2015) Eight Ways to Promote Generative Learning Educational Psychology Review. 1-25
Wiltshire TJ, Rosch K, Fiorella L, et al. (2014) Training for collaborative problem solving: Improving team process and performance through metacognitive prompting Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 2014: 1154-1158
Mayer RE, Fiorella L. (2014) Principles for reducing extraneous processing in multimedia learning: Coherence, signaling, redundancy, spatial contiguity, and temporal contiguity principles The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning, Second Edition. 279-315
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2014) Role of expectations and explanations in learning by teaching Contemporary Educational Psychology. 39: 75-85
Vogel-Walcutt JJ, Fiorella L, Malone N. (2013) Instructional strategies for training military-relevant perceptual-cognitive skills Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 1239-1243
Vogel-Walcutt JJ, Fiorella L, Malone N. (2013) Instructional strategies framework for military training systems Computers in Human Behavior. 29: 1490-1498
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2013) The relative benefits of learning by teaching and teaching expectancy Contemporary Educational Psychology. 38: 281-288
Fiorella L, Mayer RE. (2012) Paper-based aids for learning with a computer-based game Journal of Educational Psychology. 104: 1074-1082
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