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Tversky, B. (2011). Spatial thought, social thought. In T. Schubert and A. Maass (Editors). Spatial schemas in social thought. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter

Tversky, B. (2011). Visualizations of thought. Topics in Cognitive Science, 3, 499-535.

Tversky, B. (2011). Tools for thought. In B. Benedetti and V. Cook, Editors, Language and bilingual cognition. Pp. 131-139. New York: Psychology Press.

Kessell, A. M. and Tversky, B. (2011). Visualizing space, time, and agents: Production, performance, and preference. Cognitive Processing, 12, 43-52.

Nickerson, J. V., Corter, J. E., Tversky, B., Zahner, D., and Rho, Y-J. (2008).The spatial nature of thought: Understanding information systems design through diagrams. In Boland, R., Limayem, M., and Pentland, B. (Editors).Proceedings of the 29thInternational Conference on Information Systems.

Tversky, B. and Suwa, M. (2009).Thinking with sketches. In A. Markman (Editor), Tools for innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kessell, A. M. and Tversky, B. (2008). Cognitive methods for visualizing space, time, and agents. In G. Stapleton, J. Howse, and J. Lee (Editors),Theory and application of diagrams.Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Tversky, B., Heiser, J., Lee, P. and Daniel, M.-P. (2009. Explanations in gesture, diagram, and word.. In K. R. Coventry, T. Tenbrink, & J. A. Bateman (Editors), Spatial Language and dialogue. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 119-131.

Tversky, B., Agrawala, M., Heiser, J., Lee, P. U., Hanrahan, P., Phan, D., Stolte, C., Daniele, M.-P. (2007). Cognitive design principles: From cognitive models to computer models. In L. Magnani (Editor). Model-based reasoning in science and engineering. Pp. 1-20. London: King’s College.

Tversky, B., Heiser, J., Lozano, S., MacKenzie, R., and Morrison, J. (2007). Enriching animations. In R. Lowe and W. Schnotz (Editors). Learning with animation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2006 Heiser, J. and Tversky, B. (2006). Arrows in comprehending and producing mechanical diagrams. Cognitive Science, 30, 581-592.

Tversky, B. (2005). Functional significance of visuospatial representations. In P. Shah & A. Miyake (Editors.), Handbook of higher-level visuospatial thinking. Pp. 1-34. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Tversky, B. (2004). Semantics, syntax, and pragmatics of graphics. In Holmqvist, K. and Ericsson, Y. Language and visualisation. Pp. 141-158. Lund: Lund University Press.

Heiser, J., Tversky, B. and Silverman, M. (2004). Sketches for and from collaboration. In J. S. Gero, B. Tversky, and T. Knight (Editors). ). Visual and spatial reasoning in design III. Pp. 69-78. Sydney: Key Centre for Design Research.

Heiser, J. and Tversky, B. (2004). Characterizing diagrams produced by individuals and dyads. In T. Barkowsky (Editor). Spatial cognition: Reasoning, action, interaction. Pp. 214-223. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Heiser, J., Phan, D., Agrawala, M., Tversky, B., and Hanrahan, P. (2004). Identification and validation of cognitive design principles for automated generation of assembly instructions. Proceedings of Advanced Visual Interfaces ’04. Pp. 311-319 ACM.

Zacks, J. M. and Tversky, B. (2003). Structuring information interfaces for procedural learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 9, 88-100.

Tversky, B., Morrison, J. B. & Betrancourt, M (2002). Animation: Can it facilitate? International Journal of Human Computer Studies. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 57, 247-262.

Suwa, M. and Tversky, B. (2002). External representations contribute to the dynamic construction of ideas. In M. Hegarty, B. Meyer, and N. H. Narayanan (Editors), Diagrams 2002. Pp. 341-343. N. Y.: Springer-Verlag.

Suwa, M. and Tversky, B. (2002). External representations contribute to the dynamic construction of ideas. In M. Hegarty, B. Meyer, and N. H. Narayanan (Editors), Diagrams 2002. Pp. 341-343. N. Y.: Springer-Verlag.

2002 Tversky, B. (2002). What do sketches say about thinking? In T. Stahovic, J. Landay, and R. Davis (Editors), Proceedings of AAAI spring symposium on sketch understanding. Pp. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press.

Tversky, B. (2001). Spatial schemas in depictions. In M. Gattis (Ed.), Spatial schemas and abstract thought. Pp. 79-111. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Tversky, B. (2000c) Some ways that maps and graphs communicate. In Freksa, C., Brauer, W., Habel, C and Wender, K. F.. (Eds.), Spatial cognitiion II: Integrating abstract theories, empirical studies, formal methods, and practical applications. Pp. 72-79. N. Y.: Springer.

Tversky, B, Zacks, J., Lee, P. U., & Heiser, J. (2000). Lines, blobs, crosses, and arrows: Diagrammatic communication with schematic figures. In M. Anderson, P. Cheng, and V. Haarslev (Editors). Theory and application of diagrams. Pp. 221-230. Berlin: Springer.

Zacks, J., & Tversky, B. (1999). Bars and lines: A study of graphic communication. Memory and Cognition, 27, 1073-1079.

Bryant, D. J., & Tversky, B. (1999). Mental representations of spatial relations from diagrams and models. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 25, 137-156.

Zacks, J., Levy, E., Tversky, B., & Schiano, D. J. (1998). Reading bar graphs: Effects of depth cues and graphical context. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 4, 119-138.

Suwa, M., & Tversky, B. (1997). What architects and students perceive in their sketches: A protocol analysis. Design Studies, 18, 385-403.

Suwa, M., & Tversky, B. (1997). What architects and students perceive in their sketches: A protocol analysis. Design Studies, 18, 385-403.

Tversky, B., & Schiano, D. (1997). Distortions in visual memory: A Reply to Engebretson and Huttenlocher's Comments on Tversky and Schiano. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 126, 212-214

Tversky, B. (1997a). Memory for pictures, environments, maps, and graphs. In D. Payne & F. Conrad (Eds.), Intersections in basic and applied memory research. (pp. 257-277). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Schiano, D., & Tversky, B. (1992). Structure and strategy in viewing simple graphs. Memory and Cognition, 20, 12-20.

Tversky, B., Kugelmass, S., & Winter, A. (1991). Cross-cultural and developmental trends in graphic productions. Cognitive Psychology, 23, 515-557.

Tversky, B. (1981). Distortions in memory for maps. Cognitive Psychology, 13, 407-433.

Cognitive Design Principles for Automated Generation of Visualizations. Barbara Tversky Stanford University, Maneesh Agrawala Microsoft Research, Julie Heiser Stanford University, Paul Lee NASA-Ames, Pat Hanrahan, Doantam Phan, Chris Stolte Stanford University, Marie-Paule Daniel LIMSI-CNRS, France.

Emotion, Perception, Cognition – it’s all part of the really intelligent design. Barbara Tversky.

Expert and Novice Knowledge of Unstructured Environments. Sylvie Fontaine, Geoffrey Edwards, Barbara Tversky, and Michel Denis.

"Expert and Novice Knowledge of Unstructured Environments". Sylvie Fontaine, Jeoffrey Edwards, Barbara Tversky, and Michel Denis

"What Does Drawing Reveal about Thinking?". Barbara Tversky

"Some Ways that Graphics Communicate". Barbara Tversky

"Graphs in Print". Jeff Zacks, Ellen Levy, Barbara Tversky, and Diane Schiano

Betrancourt, M., & Tversky, B. (In press). Simple animations for organizing diagrams. International Journal of Human Computer Studies.

"Designing Effective Step-By-Step Assembly Instructions". Maneesh Agrawala, Doantam Phan, Julie Heiser, John Haymaker, Jeff Klingner, Pat Hanrahan, and Barbara Tversky

Heiser, J., and Tversky, B. Mental Models of Complex Systems: Structure and Function

Tversky, B., Suwa, M., Agrawala, M., Heiser, J., Stolte, C., Hanrahan, P.,Phan, D., Klingner, J., Daniel, M.-P., Lee, P. and Haymaker, J. (2003). Sketches for design and design of sketches. In Ugo Lindemann ( Editor), Human behavior in design: Individuals, teams, tools. Pp. 79-86. Berlin: Springer.

"Cognitive Origins of Graphic Productions". Barbara Tversky

"Effect of Computer Animation on Users' Performance: A Review". M. Betrancourt and B. Tversky

Prolegomenon to Scientific Visualizations. Barbara Tversky

 

 

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