Jennifer A. Kaminski, Ph.D.

Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
"Jennifer Kaminski"
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Vladimir M. Sloutsky grad student 2006 Ohio State
 (The effects of concreteness on learning, transfer, and representation of mathematical concepts.)
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Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM, Heckler AF. (2013) The cost of concreteness: the effect of nonessential information on analogical transfer. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 19: 14-29
Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM. (2013) Extraneous perceptual information interferes with children's acquisition of mathematical knowledge Journal of Educational Psychology. 105: 351-363
Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM, Heckler A. (2009) Transfer of mathematical knowledge: The portability of generic instantiations Child Development Perspectives. 3: 151-155
Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM, Heckler AF. (2009) Concrete instantiations of mathematics: A double-edged sword Journal For Research in Mathematics Education. 40: 90-93
Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM, Heckler AF. (2008) Learning theory. The advantage of abstract examples in learning math. Science (New York, N.Y.). 320: 454-5
Kaminski JA, Sloutsky VM, Heckler AF. (2008) Response Science. 322: 1633
Sloutsky VM, Kaminski JA, Heckler AF. (2005) The advantage of simple symbols for learning and transfer. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 12: 508-13
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