Kevin Miller
Kevin Miller
Professor of Education and Psychology, University of Michigan
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Preschool origins of cross-national differences in mathematical competence: The role of number-naming systems
KF Miller, CM Smith, J Zhu, H Zhang
Psychological Science 6 (1), 56-60, 1995
Cognitive arithmetic: comparison of operations.
K Miller, M Perlmutter, D Keating
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 10 (1), 1984
Counting in Chinese: Cultural variation in a basic cognitive skill
KF Miller, JW Stigler
Cognitive development 2 (3), 279-305, 1987
The credible shrinking room: Very young children's performance with symbolic and nonsymbolic relations
JS DeLoache, KF Miller, KS Rosengren
Psychological Science 8 (4), 308-313, 1997
Spatial and temporal memory in 20 and 60 year olds
M Perlmutter, R Metzger, T Nezworski, K Miller
Journal of Gerontology 36 (1), 59-65, 1981
Learning from classroom video: What makes it compelling and what makes it hard
K Miller, X Zhou
na, 2007
Reasoning and problem solving.
JS DeLoache, KF Miller, SL Pierroutsakos
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1998
Connected and culturally embedded beliefs: Chinese and US teachers talk about how their students best learn mathematics
CA Correa, M Perry, LM Sims, KF Miller, G Fang
Teaching and teacher education 24 (1), 140-153, 2008
Learning mathematics in China and the United States: Cross-cultural insights into the nature and course of preschool mathematical development.
KF Miller, M Kelly, X Zhou
Psychology Press, 2005
Measurement procedures and the development of quantitative concepts
KF Miller
University of Minnesota, 1982
Situation awareness in teaching: What educators can learn from video-based research in other fields
M Sherin, V Jacobs, R Philipp
Mathematics teacher noticing, 81-95, 2011
Psychology’s role in mathematics and science education.
NS Newcombe, N Ambady, J Eccles, L Gomez, D Klahr, M Linn, K Miller, ...
American Psychologist 64 (6), 538, 2009
Rowed to recovery: the use of phonological and orthographic information in reading Chinese and English.
G Feng, K Miller, H Shu, H Zhang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (4), 1079, 2001
Thinking about nothing: Development of concepts of zero
HM Wellman, KF Miller
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 4 (1), 31-42, 1986
Starting to add worse: Effects of learning to multiply on children's addition
KF Miller, DR Paredes
Cognition 37 (3), 213-242, 1990
Keeping their attention: Classroom practices associated with behavioral engagement in first grade mathematics classes in China and the United States
X Lan, CC Ponitz, KF Miller, S Li, K Cortina, M Perry, G Fang
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 24 (2), 198-211, 2009
Where low and high inference data converge: Validation of CLASS assessment of mathematics instruction using mobile eye tracking with expert and novice teachers
KS Cortina, KF Miller, R McKenzie, A Epstein
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 13 (2), 389-403, 2015
The child's representation of number: A multidimensional scaling analysis
K Miller, R Gelman
Child development, 1470-1479, 1983
On the Shoulders of Giants: Cultural Tools and Mathematical
KF Miller, D Paredes
The nature of mathematical thinking 83, 1996
Ordinal Knowledge: Number Names and Number Concepts
K Miller, SM Major, H Shu, H Zhang
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 54 (2), 129-139, 2000
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