Raymond W. Kulhavy

Affiliations: 
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Area:
Learning and cognition
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Verdi MP, Kulhavy RW. (2002) Learning with maps and texts: An overview Educational Psychology Review. 14: 27-46
Verdi MP, Johnson JT, Stock WA, et al. (1997) Organized spatial displays and texts: Effects of presentation order and display type on learning outcomes Journal of Experimental Education. 65: 303-317
Webb JM, Pridemore DR, Stock WA, et al. (1997) Remembering responses and cognitive estimates of knowing: The effects of instructions, retrieval sequences, and feedback Contemporary Educational Psychology. 22: 147-164
Verdi MP, Kulhavy RW, Stock WA, et al. (1996) Text Learning Using Scientific Diagrams: Implications for Classroom Use Contemporary Educational Psychology. 21: 487-99
Hancock TE, Stock WA, Kulhavy RW, et al. (1996) Gender and developmental differences in the academic study behaviors of elementary school children Journal of Experimental Education. 65: 18-39
Kulhavy RW, Stock WA. (1996) How cognitive maps are learned and remembered Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 86: 123-145
Rittschof KA, Stock WA, Kulhavy RW, et al. (1996) Learning from cartograms: The effects of region familiarity Journal of Geography. 95: 50-58
Rittschof KA, Stock WA, Kulhavy RW, et al. (1994) Thematic Maps Improve Memory for Facts and Inferences: A Test of the Stimulus Order Hypothesis Contemporary Educational Psychology. 19: 129-142
Kurian M, Caterino LC, Kulhavy RW. (1993) Personality characteristics and duration of ATA Taekwondo training. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 76: 363-6
Kulhavy RW, Stock WA, Peterson SE, et al. (1993) Encoding specificity: The case of maps and text Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 31: 128-130
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