Published: 18 November 2020

New paper published on Spatial language, Maths and Spatial skills in childhood

Led by Katie Gilligan-Lee, the lab has a new publication in the journal Learning and Instruction.

In our paper we present a new task for measuring spatial language in children aged 6 to 10 years and show that comprehension skills are stronger than production skills at all ages. We also found that spatial language is associated with performance on a range of spatial and mathematics skills. We hope that this paper will lay the foundation for a future spatial language intervention study. To read the full paper use the following link


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