Mary Hegarty
Mary Hegarty
Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara
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How are visuospatial working memory, executive functioning, and spatial abilities related? A latent-variable analysis.
A Miyake, NP Friedman, DA Rettinger, P Shah, M Hegarty
Journal of experimental psychology: General 130 (4), 621, 2001
Development of a self-report measure of environmental spatial ability
M Hegarty, AE Richardson, DR Montello, K Lovelace, I Subbiah
Intelligence 30 (5), 425-447, 2002
Types of visual–spatial representations and mathematical problem solving.
M Hegarty, M Kozhevnikov
Journal of educational psychology 91 (4), 684, 1999
A dissociation between mental rotation and perspective-taking spatial abilities
M Hegarty, D Waller
Intelligence 32 (2), 175-191, 2004
Comprehension of arithmetic word problems: A comparison of successful and unsuccessful problem solvers.
M Hegarty, RE Mayer, CA Monk
Journal of educational psychology 87 (1), 18, 1995
Constructing mental models of machines from text and diagrams
M Hegarty, MA Just
Journal of memory and language 32 (6), 717-742, 1993
Spatial abilities at different scales: Individual differences in aptitude-test performance and spatial-layout learning
M Hegarty, DR Montello, AE Richardson, T Ishikawa, K Lovelace
Intelligence 34 (2), 151-176, 2006
Spatial knowledge acquisition from maps and from navigation in real and virtual environments
AE Richardson, DR Montello, M Hegarty
Memory & cognition 27 (4), 741-750, 1999
Individual differences in spatial abilities.
M Hegarty, DA Waller
Cambridge University Press, 2005
What determines our navigational abilities?
T Wolbers, M Hegarty
Trends in cognitive sciences 14 (3), 138-146, 2010
Mental animation: Inferring motion from static displays of mechanical systems.
M Hegarty
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 18 (5), 1084, 1992
When static media promote active learning: Annotated illustrations versus narrated animations in multimedia instruction.
RE Mayer, M Hegarty, S Mayer, J Campbell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 11 (4), 256, 2005
A dissociation between object manipulation spatial ability and spatial orientation ability
M Kozhevnikov, M Hegarty
Memory & cognition 29 (5), 745-756, 2001
The roles of mental animations and external animations in understanding mechanical systems
M Hegarty, S Kriz, C Cate
Cognition and instruction 21 (4), 209-249, 2003
Mechanical reasoning by mental simulation
M Hegarty
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (6), 280-285, 2004
Elements of good route directions in familiar and unfamiliar environments
KL Lovelace, M Hegarty, DR Montello
International conference on spatial information theory, 65-82, 1999
Revising the visualizer-verbalizer dimension: Evidence for two types of visualizers
M Kozhevnikov, M Hegarty, RE Mayer
Cognition and instruction 20 (1), 47-77, 2002
Dynamic visualizations and learning: Getting to the difficult questions
M Hegarty
Learning and Instruction 14 (3), 343-351, 2004
Spatial visualization in physics problem solving
M Kozhevnikov, MA Motes, M Hegarty
Cognitive science 31 (4), 549-579, 2007
The process of understanding mathematical problems
RE Mayer, M Hegarty
The nature of mathematical thinking, 45-70, 2012
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