Pascal W. M. Van Gerven
Pascal W. M. Van Gerven
Associate professor, Maastricht University, School of Health Professions Education (SHE)
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Cognitive load measurement as a means to advance cognitive load theory
F Paas, JE Tuovinen, H Tabbers, PWM Van Gerven
Educational Psychologist 38 (1), 63-71, 2003
Memory load and the cognitive pupillary response in aging
PWM Van Gerven, F Paas, JJG Van MerriŽnboer, HG Schmidt
Psychophysiology 41 (2), 167-174, 2004
Cognitive load theory and aging: Effects of worked examples on training efficiency
PWM Van Gerven, F Paas, JJG Van MerriŽnboer, HG Schmidt
Learning and Instruction 12 (1), 87-105, 2002
The efficiency of multimedia learning into old age
PWM Van Gerven, F Paas, JJG MerriŽnboer, M Hendriks, HG Schmidt
British Journal of Educational Psychology 73 (4), 489-505, 2003
The role of sensory modality in age-related distraction: A critical review and a renewed view.
MJS Guerreiro, DR Murphy, PWM Van Gerven
Psychological Bulletin 136 (6), 975-1022, 2010
No protective effects of education during normal cognitive aging: Results from the 6-year follow-up of the Maastricht Aging Study.
KRA Van Dijk, PWM Van Gerven, MPJ Van Boxtel, W Van der Elst, ...
Psychology and Aging 23 (1), 119-130, 2008
Cognitive load theory and the acquisition of complex cognitive skills in the elderly: Towards an integrative framework
PWM Van Gerven, F Paas, JJG Van MerriŽnboer, HG Schmidt
Educational Gerontology 26 (6), 503-521, 2000
Just-in-time, schematic supportive information presentation during cognitive skill acquisition
L Kester, C Lehnen, PWM Van Gerven, PA Kirschner
Computers in Human Behavior 22 (1), 93-112, 2006
Cognitive aging and computer-based instructional design: Where do we go from here?
PWM Van Gerven, F Paas, HK Tabbers
Educational Psychology Review 18 (2), 141, 2006
Pupil dilation in response preparation
S Moresi, JJ Adam, J Rijcken, PWM Van Gerven, H Kuipers, J Jolles
International Journal of Psychophysiology 67 (2), 124-130, 2008
Instructional efficiency of animation: Effects of interactivity through mental reconstruction of static key frames
F Paas, PWM Van Gerven, P Wouters
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for†…, 2007
Modality and variability as factors in training the elderly
PWM van Gerven, F Paas, JJG van MerriŽnboer, HG Schmidt
Applied Cognitive Psychology 20 (3), 311-320, 2006
Annoyance from environmental noise across the lifespan
PWM Van Gerven, H Vos, MPJ Van Boxtel, SA Janssen, HME Miedema
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126 (1), 187-194, 2009
Now you see it, now you don't: Evidence for age-dependent and age-independent cross-modal distraction.
MJS Guerreiro, PWM Van Gerven
Psychology and Aging 26 (2), 415-426, 2011
The cognitive aging principle in multimedia learning
F Paas, PWM Van Gerven, HK Tabbers
The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning, 339, 2005
Cognitive load theory as a tool for expertise development
RMJP Rikers, PWM Van Gerven, HG Schmidt
Instructional Science 32 (1-2), 173-182, 2004
Interaction effects of education and health status on cognitive change: A 6-year follow-up of the Maastricht Aging Study
WA Meijer, MPJ van Boxtel, PWM Van Gerven, SAH van Hooren, J Jolles
Aging & Mental Health 13 (4), 521-529, 2009
Making sense of age-related distractibility: The critical role of sensory modality
MJS Guerreiro, DR Murphy, PWM Van Gerven
Acta Psychologica 142 (2), 184-194, 2013
Education does not protect against age-related decline of switching focal attention in working memory
PWM Van Gerven, WA Meijer, J Jolles
Brain and Cognition 64 (2), 158-163, 2007
Aging and focus switching in working memory: Excluding the potential role of memory load
PWM Van Gerven, WA Meijer, JHM Prickaerts, FM Van der Veen
Experimental Aging Research 34 (4), 367-378, 2008
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