Melissa A. Singer, Ph.D.

University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Gesture, sign language, cognitive development
"Melissa Singer"
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Susan Goldin-Meadow grad student 2004 Chicago
 (Gesture -speech mismatches during instruction and learning: Handing out more information.)
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Singer M, Radinsky J, Goldman SR. (2008) The role of gesture in meaning construction Discourse Processes. 45: 365-386
Radinsky J, Goldman S, Singer M. (2008) Students' sense-making with visual data in small-group argumentation Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, Cscl. 237-245
Singer MA, Goldin-Meadow S. (2005) Children learn when their teacher's gestures and speech differ. Psychological Science. 16: 85-9
Goldin-Meadow S, Singer MA. (2003) From children's hands to adults' ears: gesture's role in the learning process. Developmental Psychology. 39: 509-20
Kelly SD, Singer M, Hicks J, et al. (2002) A helping hand in assessing children's knowledge: Instructing adults to attend to gesture Cognition and Instruction. 20: 1-26
Goldin-Meadow S, Kim S, Singer M. (1999) What the Teacher's Hands Tell the Student's Mind about Math Journal of Educational Psychology. 91: 720-730
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