Mitchell Rabinowitz

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Division of Psychological & Educational Services Fordham University, Bronx, NY, United States 
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Educational Psychology Education, Social Psychology, Journalism, Mass Communications, Higher Education
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Rabinowitz M, McAuley R. (2014) The effects of ease of processing on the use and perception of strategies Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 26: 919-927
Portnoy LB, Rabinowitz M. (2014) What's in a domain: understanding how students approach questioning in history and science Educational Research and Evaluation. 20: 122-145
Wyatt J, Rabinowitz M. (2010) The impact of domain and subject specialization on knowledge organization. The American Journal of Psychology. 123: 295-305
Hogan T, Rabinowitz M. (2009) Teacher expertise and the development of a problem representation Educational Psychology. 29: 153-169
Rabinowitz M, Hogan TM. (2008) Experience and problem representation in statistics. The American Journal of Psychology. 121: 395-407
Rabinowitz M, Woolley KE. (1995) Much Ado About Nothing: The Relation Among Computational Skill, Arithmetic Word Problem Comprehension, and Limited Attentional Resources Cognition and Instruction. 13: 51-71
Hergenrather JR, Rabinowitz M. (1991) Age-Related Differences in the Organization of Children's Knowledge of Illness Developmental Psychology. 27: 952-959
Rabinowitz M, Feldman S. (1989) Using computer simulations to investigate individual differences: a look at an addition retrieval model Learning and Individual Differences. 1: 227-246
Rabinowitz M. (1988) On teaching cognitive strategies: The influence of accessibility of conceptual knowledge Contemporary Educational Psychology. 13: 229-235
Rabinowitz M. (1988) Computer simulations as research tools International Journal of Educational Research. 12: 1-102
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