David Uttal
David Uttal
Kenneth F. Burgess Professor of Education and Psychology, Northwestern 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
Beliefs and achievement: A study of Black, White, and Hispanic children
HW Stevenson, C Chen, DH Uttal
Child development 61 (2), 508-523, 1990
Spatial thinking and STEM education: When, why, and how?
DH Uttal, CA Cohen
Psychology of learning and motivation 57, 147-181, 2012
Manipulatives as symbols: A new perspective on the use of concrete objects to teach mathematics
DH Uttal, KV Scudder, JS DeLoache
Journal of applied developmental psychology 18 (1), 37-54, 1997
Practical evaluation guide: Tools for museums and other informal educational settings
J Diamond, M Horn, DH Uttal
Rowman & Littlefield, 2016
Cultural values, parents’ beliefs, and children’s achievement in the United States and China
C Chen, DH Uttal
Human development 31 (6), 351-358, 1988
The development of children's gender‐science stereotypes: A meta‐analysis of 5 decades of US Draw‐a‐Scientist studies
DI Miller, KM Nolla, AH Eagly, DH Uttal
Child development 89 (6), 1943-1955, 2018
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
Grasping the nature of pictures
JS DeLoache, SL Pierroutsakos, DH Uttal, KS Rosengren, A Gottlieb
Psychological Science 9 (3), 205-210, 1998
Seeing the big picture: Map use and the development of spatial cognition
DH Uttal
Developmental Science 3 (3), 247-264, 2000
Should you show me the money? Concrete objects both hurt and help performance on mathematics problems
NM McNeil, DH Uttal, L Jarvin, RJ Sternberg
Learning and instruction 19 (2), 171-184, 2009
How much can spatial training improve STEM achievement?
M Stieff, D Uttal
Educational Psychology Review 27, 607-615, 2015
Scale errors offer evidence for a perception-action dissociation early in life
JS DeLoache, DH Uttal, KS Rosengren
Science 304 (5673), 1027-1029, 2004
A research agenda for geospatial technologies and learning
TR Baker, S Battersby, SW Bednarz, AM Bodzin, B Kolvoord, S Moore, ...
Journal of Geography 114 (3), 118-130, 2015
Dual representation and the linking of concrete and symbolic representations
DH Uttal, K O’Doherty, R Newland, LL Hand, J DeLoache
Child Development Perspectives 3 (3), 156-159, 2009
The origins of pictorial competence
JS DeLoache, SL Pierroutsakos, DH Uttal
Current Directions in Psychological Science 12 (4), 114-118, 2003
Conversation and object manipulation influence children's learning in a museum
EA Jant, CA Haden, DH Uttal, E Babcock
Child development 85 (5), 2029-2045, 2014
Spatial development
NS Newcombe, DH Uttal, M Sauter
The initial segment strategy: A heuristic for route selection
JN Bailenson, MS Shum, DH Uttal
Memory & Cognition 28, 306-318, 2000
A cross‐cultural study of young children's mapping abilities
M Blades, JM Blaut, Z Darvizeh, S Elguea, S Sowden, D Soni, C Spencer, ...
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 23 (2), 269-277, 1998
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