Susan Wagner Cook
Susan Wagner Cook
Associate Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Iowa, Iowa Neuroscience
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Explaining math: Gesturing lightens the load
S Goldin-Meadow, H Nusbaum, SD Kelly, S Wagner
Psychological science 12 (6), 516-522, 2001
Gesturing makes learning last
SW Cook, Z Mitchell, S Goldin-Meadow
Cognition 106 (2), 1047-1058, 2008
Gesturing gives children new ideas about math
S Goldin-Meadow, SW Cook, ZA Mitchell
Psychological science 20 (3), 267-272, 2009
Making children gesture brings out implicit knowledge and leads to learning.
SC Broaders, SW Cook, Z Mitchell, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 136 (4), 539, 2007
The role of gesture in learning: Do children use their hands to change their minds?
SW Cook, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of cognition and development 7 (2), 211-232, 2006
How our hands help us learn
S Goldin-Meadow, SM Wagner
Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (5), 234-241, 2005
Probing the mental representation of gesture: Is handwaving spatial?
SM Wagner, H Nusbaum, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of memory and language 50 (4), 395-407, 2004
Consolidation and transfer of learning after observing hand gesture
SW Cook, RG Duffy, KM Fenn
Child development 84 (6), 1863-1871, 2013
Gestures, but not meaningless movements, lighten working memory load when explaining math
SW Cook, TK Yip, S Goldin-Meadow
Language and cognitive processes 27 (4), 594-610, 2012
Embodied communication: Speakers’ gestures affect listeners’ actions
SW Cook, MK Tanenhaus
Cognition 113 (1), 98-104, 2009
Gesturing makes memories that last
SW Cook, TKY Yip, S Goldin-Meadow
Journal of memory and language 63 (4), 465-475, 2010
Hand gesture and mathematics learning: lessons from an Avatar
SW Cook, HS Friedman, KA Duggan, J Cui, V Popescu
Cognitive science 41 (2), 518-535, 2017
A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE)
RD Morey, MP Kaschak, AM Díez-Álamo, AM Glenberg, RA Zwaan, ...
Psychonomic bulletin & review 29 (2), 613-626, 2022
Bridging gaps in common ground: Speakers design their gestures for their listeners.
C Hilliard, SW Cook
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (1), 91, 2016
Hippocampal declarative memory supports gesture production: Evidence from amnesia
C Hilverman, SW Cook, MC Duff
Cortex 85, 25-36, 2016
Gestures make memories, but what kind? Patients with impaired procedural memory display disruptions in gesture production and comprehension
NB Klooster, SW Cook, EY Uc, MC Duff
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 1054, 2015
The function of gesture in learning and memory
SW Cook, KM Fenn
Why gesture, 129-153, 2017
Producing less preferred structures: More gestures, less fluency
SW Cook, TF Jaeger, M Tanenhaus
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 31 (31), 2009
Enhancing learning with hand gestures: Potential mechanisms
SW Cook
Psychology of learning and motivation 69, 107-133, 2018
Gesture during math instruction specifically benefits learners with high visuospatial working memory capacity
M Aldugom, K Fenn, SW Cook
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5, 1-12, 2020
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