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James E Corter
James E Corter
Dept. of Human Development, Teachers College, Columbia Univerity
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A model for evaluating the effectiveness of remote engineering laboratories and simulations in education
JV Nickerson, JE Corter, SK Esche, C Chassapis
Computers & Education 49 (3), 708-725, 2007
4152007
Process and learning outcomes from remotely-operated, simulated, and hands-on student laboratories
JE Corter, SK Esche, C Chassapis, J Ma, JV Nickerson
Computers & Education 57 (3), 2054-2067, 2011
3042011
Explaining basic categories: Feature predictability and information.
JE Corter, MA Gluck
Psychological bulletin 111 (2), 291, 1992
2931992
Do investment risk tolerance attitudes predict portfolio risk?
JE Corter, YJ Chen
Journal of business and psychology 20, 369-381, 2006
2402006
Patterns of diagnosed mathematical content and process skills in TIMSS-R across a sample of 20 countries
KK Tatsuoka, JE Corter, C Tatsuoka
American educational research journal 41 (4), 901-926, 2004
2152004
Remote versus hands-on labs: A comparative study
JE Corter, JV Nickerson, SK Esche, C Chassapis
34th Annual Frontiers in Education, 2004. FIE 2004., F1G-17, 2004
2072004
Extended similarity trees
JE Corter, A Tversky
Psychometrika 51 (3), 429-451, 1986
1431986
The process of probability problem solving: Use of external visual representations
D Zahner, JE Corter
Mathematical Thinking and Learning 12 (2), 177-204, 2010
1272010
Tree models of similarity and association
JE Corter
Sage, 1996
1151996
A fix for fixation? Rerepresenting and abstracting as creative processes in the design of information systems
D Zahner, JV Nickerson, B Tversky, JE Corter, J Ma
AI EDAM 24 (2), 231-244, 2010
932010
Use of external visual representations in probability problem solving
JE Corter, DC Zahner
Statistics Education Research Journal 6 (1), 22-50, 2007
782007
Use of psychometric tools for knowledge acquistion: a case study
KA Butler, JE Corter
Artificial intelligence and statistics, 295-319, 1986
531986
Similarity, confusability, and the density hypothesis.
JE Corter
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 116 (3), 238, 1987
391987
Using clustering methods to explore the structure of diagnostic tests
JE Corter
Cognitively diagnostic assessment, 305-326, 1995
361995
Observed attention allocation processes in category learning
T Matsuka, JE Corter
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (7), 1067-1097, 2008
352008
The spatial nature of thought: understanding systems design through diagrams
JV Nickerson, JE Corter, B Tversky, D Zahner, YJ Rho
ICIS 2008 Proceedings, 216, 2008
352008
When mixed options are preferred in multiple‐trial decisions
YJ Chen, JE Corter
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 19 (1), 17-42, 2006
322006
Diagnosis of subtraction bugs using Bayesian networks
J Lee, JE Corter
Applied Psychological Measurement 35 (1), 27-47, 2011
312011
’Remote vs. hands-on labs: a comparative study
JE Corter, JV Nickerson, SK Esche, C Chassapis
Proceedings of the 34th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference …, 2004
302004
A longitudinal comparison of learning outcomes in full-day and half-day kindergarten
J Patricia Pelletier, JE Corter
The Journal of Educational Research 112 (2), 192-210, 2019
292019
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