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
15002013
The role of experience in spatial test performance: A meta-analysis
M Baenninger, N Newcombe
Sex roles 20 (5-6), 327-344, 1989
8321989
Making space: The development of spatial representation and reasoning
N Newcombe, J Huttenlocher
MIT Press, 2003
6422003
Is there a geometric module for spatial orientation? Squaring theory and evidence
K Cheng, NS Newcombe
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (1), 1-23, 2005
6202005
Picture this: Increasing math and science learning by improving spatial thinking.
NS Newcombe
American educator 34 (2), 29, 2010
5022010
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 (5), 433-441, 2005
3872005
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
3862008
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
3822005
The coding of spatial location in young children
J Huttenlocher, N Newcombe, EH Sandberg
Cognitive psychology 27 (2), 115-147, 1994
3501994
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
3342014
Children's use of landmarks: Implications for modularity theory
AE Learmonth, L Nadel, NS Newcombe
Psychological Science 13 (4), 337-341, 2002
3222002
Sex differences in spatial ability and spatial activities
N Newcombe, MM Bandura, DG Taylor
Sex roles 9 (3), 377-386, 1983
3161983
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
3032001
Early education for spatial intelligence: Why, what, and how
NS Newcombe, A Frick
Mind, Brain, and Education 4 (3), 102-111, 2010
2952010
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
2911986
Training generalized spatial skills
R Wright, WL Thompson, G Ganis, NS Newcombe, SM Kosslyn
Psychonomic bulletin & review 15 (4), 763-771, 2008
2832008
Developmental changes in source memory
AB Drummey, NS Newcombe
Developmental Science 5 (4), 502-513, 2002
2762002
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
2652013
Turn left at the church, or three miles north: A study of direction giving and sex differences
SL Ward, N Newcombe, WF Overton
Environment and Behavior 18 (2), 192-213, 1986
2651986
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
2632013
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