Seguir
Eliza L Congdon
Eliza L Congdon
Dirección de correo verificada de williams.edu
Título
Citado por
Citado por
Año
From Action to Abstraction: Using the Hands to Learn Math
MA Novack, EL Congdon, N Hemani-Lopez, S Goldin-Meadow
Psychological Science, 2014
2472014
Iron deficiency in infancy is associated with altered neural correlates of recognition memory at 10 years
EL Congdon, A Westerlund, CR Algarin, PD Peirano, M Gregas, B Lozoff, ...
The Journal of pediatrics 160 (6), 1027-1033, 2012
1852012
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
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
Infants’ experience-dependent processing of male and female faces: Insights from eye tracking and event-related potentials. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
G Righi, A Westerlund, EL Congdon, S Troller-Renfree, C Nelson
Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 8, 144-152, 2014
452014
a.(2014)
G Righi, A Westerlund, EL Congdon, S Troller-Renfree, C Nelson
Infants’ experience-dependent processing of male and female faces: Insights …, 0
45*
Learning to measure through action and gesture: Children’s prior knowledge matters
EL Congdon, MK Kwon, SC Levine
Cognition 180, 182-190, 2018
332018
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
The effects of word‐learning biases on children's concept of angle
DJ Gibson, EL Congdon, SC Levine
Child development 86 (1), 319-326, 2015
182015
Resilience in mathematics after early brain injury: the roles of parental input and early plasticity
DE Glenn, ÖE Demir-Lira, DJ Gibson, EL Congdon, SC Levine
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 30, 304-313, 2018
72018
From intuitive spatial measurement to understanding of units
EL Congdon, M Vasilyeva, KS Mix, SC Levine
Visualizing Mathematics, 25-46, 2018
72018
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, EM Wakefield, EL Congdon, S Franconeri, S Goldin-Meadow
Cognitive Science Society, 2016
62016
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
Learning mathematics through action and gesture: Children's prior knowledge matters
EL Congdon
The University of Chicago, 2016
12016
Mechanisms of Embodied Learning Through Gestures and Actions: Lessons from Development
EL Congdon, S Goldin-Meadow
Handbook of Embodied Psychology, 527-546, 2021
2021
" Resilience in mathematics after early brain injury: The roles of parental input and early plasticity": Correction.
DE Glenn, ÖE Demir-Lira, DJ Gibson, EL Congdon, SC Levine
Elsevier Science, 2020
2020
Is She a Good Teacher? Children Learn to use Meaningful Gesture as a Marker of a Good Informant.
E Wakefield, E Congdon, MA Novack, L Howard
CogSci, 2020
2020
Gesture and Communication Across Development
EL Congdon, MA Novack
Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development, 48-54, 2020
2020
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
Artículos 1–20