Embodied geometric reasoning: Dynamic gestures during intuition, insight, and proof.

  title={Embodied geometric reasoning: Dynamic gestures during intuition, insight, and proof.},
  author={Mitchell J. Nathan and Kelsey Schenck and Rebecca Vinsonhaler and Joseph E. Michaelis and Michael I. Swart and Candace Walkington},
  journal={Journal of Educational Psychology},
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