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Miriam A Novack
Miriam A Novack
Northwestern University
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From action to abstraction: Using the hands to learn math
MA Novack, EL Congdon, N Hemani-Lopez, S Goldin-Meadow
Psychological science 25 (4), 903-910, 2014
2472014
Learning from gesture: How our hands change our minds
M Novack, S Goldin-Meadow
Educational psychology review 27 (3), 405-412, 2015
1442015
Gesture as representational action: A paper about function
MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24 (3), 652-665, 2017
952017
Better together: Simultaneous presentation of speech and gesture in math instruction supports generalization and retention
EL Congdon, MA Novack, N Brooks, N Hemani-Lopez, L O'Keefe, ...
Learning and instruction 50, 65-74, 2017
792017
Learning from gesture: How early does it happen?
MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow, AL Woodward
Cognition 142, 138-147, 2015
642015
What makes a movement a gesture?
MA Novack, EM Wakefield, S Goldin-Meadow
Cognition 146, 339-348, 2016
622016
Gesture helps learners learn, but not merely by guiding their visual attention
E Wakefield, MA Novack, EL Congdon, S Franconeri, S Goldin‐Meadow
Developmental science 21 (6), e12664, 2018
612018
Learning math by hand: The neural effects of gesture-based instruction in 8-year-old children
EM Wakefield, EL Congdon, MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow, KH James
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (7), 2343-2353, 2019
302019
Gesture in experimental studies: How videotape technology can advance psychological theory
EL Congdon, MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow
Organizational Research Methods 21 (2), 489-499, 2018
292018
Twelve-month-old infants generalize novel signed labels, but not preferences across individuals
MA Novack, AME Henderson, AL Woodward
Journal of Cognition and Development 15 (4), 539-550, 2014
152014
The development of iconicity in children’s co-speech gesture and homesign
EA Cartmill, L Rissman, MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow
Language, Interaction and Acquisition 8 (1), 42-68, 2017
132017
Unpacking the ontogeny of gesture understanding: How movement becomes meaningful across development
EM Wakefield, MA Novack, S Goldin‐Meadow
Child development 89 (3), e245-e260, 2018
122018
Becoming human: human infants link language and cognition, but what about the other great apes?
MA Novack, S Waxman
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1789), 20180408, 2020
92020
Actions speak louder than gestures when you are 2 years old.
MA Novack, CA Filippi, S Goldin-Meadow, AL Woodward
Developmental psychology 54 (10), 1809, 2018
62018
Gesture’s role in reflecting and fostering conceptual change
MA Novack, EL Congdon, EM Wakefield, S Goldin-Meadow
Converging Perspectives on Conceptual Change, 97-104, 2017
62017
There is more to gesture than meets the eye: Visual attention to gesture's referents cannot account for its facilitative effects during math instruction.
MA Novack
Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2016
62016
Understanding gesture as representational action
MA Novack, S Goldin-Meadow
Why gesture?: how the hands function in speaking, thinking and communicating, 2017
52017
Individual differences in gesture interpretation predict children’s propensity to pick a gesturer as a good informant
EM Wakefield, MA Novack, EL Congdon, LH Howard
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 205, 105069, 2021
32021
Sign language, like spoken language, promotes object categorization in young hearing infants
MA Novack, D Brentari, S Goldin-Meadow, S Waxman
Cognition 215, 104845, 2021
22021
Initial Validity Evidence for the Mobile Toolbox (MTB): A Completely Remote Platform for Cognitive Research (P13-3.005)
Z Hosseinian, A Kaat, S Pila, C Nowinski, J Slotkin, Y Shono, M Novack, ...
Neurology 98 (18 Supplement), 2022
2022
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