Kenneth C. Williamson

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Spatial visualization abilities are positively related to performance on science, technology, engineering, and math tasks, but this relationship is influenced by task demands and learner strategies. In two studies, we illustrate these interactions by demonstrating situations in which greater spatial ability leads to problematic performance. In Study 1,(More)
The goal of this study was to identify whether individual differences among students might influence the effectiveness of visualizations; in particular, concurrently presented alternative visualizations of chemical molecules. Thirty beginning organic chemistry students of varying prior knowledge completed: (1) a battery of tests measuring reasoning ability,(More)
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