Martha W. Alibali, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
gesture, mathematical thinking, problem solving, cognitive development
"Martha Alibali"
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Lauren Anthony grad student
Nicole M. McNeil grad student 2005 UW Madison
Autumn B. Hostetter grad student 2008 UW Madison
Richard W. Prather grad student 2009 UW Madison
Shanta D. Hattikudur grad student 2011 UW Madison
Noelle M. Crooks grad student 2014 UW Madison
Elena M Silla research scientist 2019-2021 UW Madison (EduTree)
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Donovan AM, Stephens A, Alapala B, et al. (2022) Is a substitute the same? Learning from lessons centering different relational conceptions of the equal sign. Zdm : the International Journal On Mathematics Education. 1-15
Menendez D, Mathiaparanam ON, Liu D, et al. (2020) Representing Variability: The Case of Life Cycle Diagrams. Cbe Life Sciences Education. 19: ar49
Abrahamson D, Nathan MJ, Williams-Pierce C, et al. (2020) The Future of Embodied Design for Mathematics Teaching and Learning Frontiers in Education. 5
Alibali MW, Brown SA, Menendez D. (2019) Understanding Strategy Change: Contextual, Individual, and Metacognitive Factors. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 56: 227-256
Nathan MJ, Yeo A, Boncoddo R, et al. (2019) Teachers’ attitudes about gesture for learning and instruction Gesture. 18: 31-56
Saffran A, Barchfeld P, Alibali MW, et al. (2019) Children's interpretations of covariation data: Explanations reveal understanding of relevant comparisons Learning and Instruction. 59: 13-20
Pier EL, Walkington C, Clinton V, et al. (2019) Embodied truths: How dynamic gestures and speech contribute to mathematical proof practices Contemporary Educational Psychology. 58: 44-57
Alibali MW, Nathan MJ, Boncoddo R, et al. (2019) Managing common ground in the classroom: teachers use gestures to support students’ contributions to classroom discourse Zdm. 51: 347-360
Hostetter AB, Alibali MW. (2018) Gesture as simulated action: Revisiting the framework. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Fyfe ER, Matz LE, Hunt KM, et al. (2018) Mathematical thinking in children with developmental language disorder: The roles of pattern skills and verbal working memory. Journal of Communication Disorders. 77: 17-30
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