Percival G. Matthews, Ph.D.

Educational Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Mathematical cognition
"Percival Matthews"
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Bethany Rittle-Johnson grad student 2010 Vanderbilt
 (When concepts act concretely: Exploring the notion of conceptual concreteness in a novel mathematical domain.)


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Yunji Park grad student 2016- UW Madison
Alexandria A Viegut grad student 2017-
Priya B. Kalra post-doc
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Park Y, Viegut AA, Matthews PG. (2020) More than the Sum of its Parts: Exploring the Development of Ratio Magnitude vs. Simple Magnitude Perception. Developmental Science. e13043
Kalra PB, Hubbard EM, Matthews PG. (2020) Taking the Relational Structure of Fractions Seriously: Relational Reasoning Predicts Fraction Knowledge in Elementary School Children. Contemporary Educational Psychology. 62
Kalra PB, Binzak JV, Matthews PG, et al. (2020) Symbolic fractions elicit an analog magnitude representation in school-age children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 195: 104844
Fyfe ER, Matthews PG, Amsel E. (2020) College Developmental Math Students' Knowledge of the Equal Sign. Educational Studies in Mathematics. 104: 65-85
Meng R, Matthews PG, Toomarian EY. (2019) The Relational SNARC: Spatial Representation of Nonsymbolic Ratios. Cognitive Science. 43: e12778
Chesney DL, Matthews PG. (2018) Task Constraints Affect Mapping From Approximate Number System Estimates to Symbolic Numbers. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1801
Sidney PG, Thompson CA, Matthews PG, et al. (2017) From continuous magnitudes to symbolic numbers: The centrality of ratio. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e190
Matthews PG, Hubbard EM. (2016) Making Space for Spatial Proportions. Journal of Learning Disabilities
Matthews PG, Lewis MR. (2016) Fractions We Cannot Ignore: The Nonsymbolic Ratio Congruity Effect. Cognitive Science
Matthews PG, Lewis MR, Hubbard EM. (2015) Individual Differences in Nonsymbolic Ratio Processing Predict Symbolic Math Performance. Psychological Science
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