Martha W. Alibali, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
gesture, mathematical thinking, problem solving, cognitive development
Website:
http://psych.wisc.edu/faculty/bio/kmAlibali.html
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Wood A, Martin JD, Alibali MW, et al. (2018) A sad thumbs up: incongruent gestures and disrupted sensorimotor activity both slow processing of facial expressions. Cognition & Emotion. 1-14
Young AG, Alibali MW, Kalish CW. (2018) Causal learning from joint action: Collaboration helps first graders but hinders kindergartners. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 177: 166-186
Yeo A, Alibali MW. (2018) Does visual salience of action affect gesture production? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Yeo A, Ledesma I, Nathan MJ, et al. (2017) Teachers' gestures and students' learning: sometimes "hands off" is better. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 2: 41
Alibali MW, Crooks NM, McNeil NM. (2017) Perceptual support promotes strategy generation: Evidence from equation solving. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology
Kita S, Alibali MW, Chu M. (2017) How Do Gestures Influence Thinking and Speaking? The Gesture-for-Conceptualization Hypothesis. Psychological Review
Hattikudur S, Sidney PG, Alibali MW. (2016) Does comparing informal and formal procedures promote mathematics learning? The benefits of bridging depend on attitudes toward mathematics Journal of Problem Solving. 9: 13-27
Riggs AE, Alibali MW, Kalish CW. (2015) Leave Her out of It: Person-Presentation of Strategies Is Harmful for Transfer. Cognitive Science
Sidney PG, Alibali MW. (2015) Making Connections in Math: Activating a Prior Knowledge Analogue Matters for Learning Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 160-185
Clinton V, Alibali MW, Nathan MJ. (2015) Learning About Posterior Probability: Do Diagrams and Elaborative Interrogation Help? Journal of Experimental Education
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