Bert Jonsson
Bert Jonsson
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Learning mathematics through algorithmic and creative reasoning
B Jonsson, M Norqvist, Y Liljekvist, J Lithner
The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 36, 20-32, 2014
Internal imagery training in active high jumpers
CJ Olsson, B Jonsson, L Nyberg
Scandinavian journal of psychology 49 (2), 133-140, 2008
Motor representations and practice affect brain systems underlying imagery: an fMRI study of internal imagery in novices and active high jumpers
CJ Olsson, B Jonsson, A Larsson, L Nyberg
The open neuroimaging journal 2, 5, 2008
Learning by doing and learning by thinking: an fMRI study of combining motor and mental training
CJ Olsson, B Jonsson, L Nyberg
Frontiers in human neuroscience 2, 5, 2008
Strengthening concept learning by repeated testing
C Wiklund‐Hörnqvist, B Jonsson, L Nyberg
Scandinavian journal of psychology 55 (1), 10-16, 2014
Infants’ ability to track and reach for temporarily occluded objects
B Jonsson, C Von Hofsten
Developmental Science 6 (1), 86-99, 2003
Lesser neural pattern similarity across repeated tests is associated with better long-term memory retention
LK Wirebring, C Wiklund-Hörnqvist, J Eriksson, M Andersson, B Jonsson, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (26), 9595-9602, 2015
The coupling of head, reach and grasp movement in nine months old infant prehension
G Savelsbergh, C Von Hofstein, B Jonsson
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 38 (4), 325-333, 1997
Group discussions and test-enhanced learning: individual learning outcomes and personality characteristics
T Stenlund, FU Jönsson, B Jonsson
Educational Psychology 37 (2), 145-156, 2017
Learning mathematics without a suggested solution method: Durable effects on performance and brain activity
LK Wirebring, J Lithner, B Jonsson, Y Liljekvist, M Norqvist, L Nyberg
Trends in Neuroscience and Education 4 (1-2), 6-14, 2015
School meal provision, health, and cognitive function in a Nordic setting–the ProMeal-study: Description of methodology and the Nordic context
M Waling, AS Olafsdottir, H Lagström, H Wergedahl, B Jonsson, C Olsson, ...
Food & Nutrition Research 60 (1), 30468, 2016
Children's mathematical achievement and how it relates to working memory, test anxiety and self-regulation: A person-centred approach
M Nyroos, B Jonsson, J Korhonen, H Eklöf
Education Inquiry 6 (1), 26026, 2015
Effects of repeated testing on short-and long-term memory performance across different test formats
T Stenlund, A Sundström, B Jonsson
Educational Psychology 36 (10), 1710-1727, 2016
Creative and algorithmic mathematical reasoning: effects of transfer-appropriate processing and effortful struggle
B Jonsson, YC Kulaksiz, J Lithner
International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 47 …, 2016
Untangling the contribution of the subcomponents of working memory to mathematical proficiency as measured by the national tests: a study among Swedish third graders
C Wiklund-Hörnqvist, B Jonsson, J Korhonen, H Eklöf, M Nyroos
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1062, 2016
How crucial is the response format for the testing effect?
FU Jönsson, V Kubik, ML Sundqvist, I Todorov, B Jonsson
Psychological Research 78 (5), 623-633, 2014
When it helps to occlude and obscure: 6-month-olds' predictive tracking of moving toys
Y Munakata, B Jonsson, ES Spelke, C von Hofsten
Infant Behavior and Development 19 (Suppl. 1), 639-639, 1996
Additive and multiplicative effects of working memory and test anxiety on mathematics performance in grade 3 students
J Korhonen, M Nyroos, B Jonsson, H Eklöf
Educational Psychology 38 (5), 572-595, 2018
Examination of the common cause account in a population-based longitudinal study with narrow age cohort design
O Sternäng, B Jonsson, Å Wahlin, L Nyberg, LG Nilsson
Gerontology 56 (6), 553-563, 2010
The testing effect and its relation to working memory capacity and personality characteristics
F Bertilsson, C Wiklund-Hörnqvist, T Stenlund, B Jonsson
Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology 16 (3), 241-259, 2017
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