Nora S. Newcombe
Nora S. Newcombe
Professor of Psychology, Temple University
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The malleability of spatial skills: a meta-analysis of training studies.
DH Uttal, NG Meadow, E Tipton, LL Hand, AR Alden, C Warren, ...
Psychological bulletin 139 (2), 352, 2013
The role of experience in spatial test performance: A meta-analysis
M Baenninger, N Newcombe
Sex roles 20 (5), 327-344, 1989
Making space: The development of spatial representation and reasoning
N Newcombe, J Huttenlocher
MIT Press, 2000
Is there a geometric module for spatial orientation? Squaring theory and evidence
K Cheng, NS Newcombe
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12, 1-23, 2005
Picture this: Increasing math and science learning by improving spatial thinking.
NS Newcombe
American educator 34 (2), 29, 2010
Deconstructing building blocks: Preschoolers' spatial assembly performance relates to early mathematical skills
BN Verdine, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh‐Pasek, NS Newcombe, AT Filipowicz, ...
Child development 85 (3), 1062-1076, 2014
Taking shape: Supporting preschoolers' acquisition of geometric knowledge through guided play
KR Fisher, K Hirsh‐Pasek, N Newcombe, RM Golinkoff
Child development 84 (6), 1872-1878, 2013
Durable and generalized effects of spatial experience on mental rotation: Gender differences in growth patterns
MS Terlecki, NS Newcombe, M Little
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2008
Socioeconomic status modifies the sex difference in spatial skill
SC Levine, M Vasilyeva, SF Lourenco, NS Newcombe, J Huttenlocher
Psychological science 16 (11), 841-845, 2005
How important is the digital divide? The relation of computer and videogame usage to gender differences in mental rotation ability
MS Terlecki, NS Newcombe
Sex roles 53, 433-441, 2005
Early education for spatial intelligence: Why, what, and how
NS Newcombe, A Frick
Mind, Brain, and Education 4 (3), 102-111, 2010
Thinking about spatial thinking: New typology, new assessments
NS Newcombe, TF Shipley
Studying visual and spatial reasoning for design creativity, 179-192, 2014
Exploring and enhancing spatial thinking: Links to achievement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics?
DH Uttal, DI Miller, NS Newcombe
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (5), 367-373, 2013
The coding of spatial location in young children
J Huttenlocher, N Newcombe, EH Sandberg
Cognitive psychology 27 (2), 115-147, 1994
Building blocks for developing spatial skills: Evidence from a large, representative US sample
JJ Jirout, NS Newcombe
Psychological science 26 (3), 302-310, 2015
Sex differences in spatial ability and spatial activities
N Newcombe, MM Bandura, DG Taylor
Sex roles 9, 377-386, 1983
Children's use of landmarks: Implications for modularity theory
AE Learmonth, L Nadel, NS Newcombe
Psychological Science 13 (4), 337-341, 2002
Training generalized spatial skills
R Wright, WL Thompson, G Ganis, NS Newcombe, SM Kosslyn
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15, 763-771, 2008
Toddlers' use of metric information and landmarks to reorient
AE Learmonth, NS Newcombe, J Huttenlocher
Journal of experimental child psychology 80 (3), 225-244, 2001
Racial attitude development among young Black children as a function of parental attitudes: A longitudinal and cross-sectional study
CW Branch, N Newcombe
Child development, 712-721, 1986
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