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Slava Kalyuga
Slava Kalyuga
Professor of Educational Psychology, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Cognitive load theory
J Sweller
Psychology of learning and motivation 55, 37-76, 2011
49142011
The expertise reversal effect
S Kalyuga
Managing cognitive load in adaptive multimedia learning, 58-80, 2009
26332009
Managing split‐attention and redundancy in multimedia instruction
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Sweller
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 1999
16011999
Expertise reversal effect and its implications for learner-tailored instruction
S Kalyuga
Educational psychology review 19, 509-539, 2007
11982007
When problem solving is superior to studying worked examples.
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Tuovinen, J Sweller
Journal of educational psychology 93 (3), 579, 2001
8962001
Levels of expertise and instructional design
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Sweller
Human factors 40 (1), 1-17, 1998
8441998
Incorporating learner experience into the design of multimedia instruction.
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Sweller
Journal of educational psychology 92 (1), 126, 2000
7992000
Cognitive load theory: How many types of load does it really need?
S Kalyuga
Educational psychology review 23, 1-19, 2011
7532011
Rapid dynamic assessment of expertise to improve the efficiency of adaptive e-learning
S Kalyuga, J Sweller
Educational Technology Research and Development 53 (3), 83-93, 2005
3562005
When redundant on-screen text in multimedia technical instruction can interfere with learning
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Sweller
Human factors 46 (3), 567-581, 2004
3382004
Learner experience and efficiency of instructional guidance
S Kalyuga, P Chandler, J Sweller
Educational Psychology 21 (1), 5-23, 2001
3382001
Measuring knowledge to optimize cognitive load factors during instruction.
S Kalyuga, J Sweller
Journal of educational psychology 96 (3), 558, 2004
3362004
Prior knowledge principle in multimedia learning.
S Kalyuga
Cambridge University Press, 2005
3342005
Enhancing instructional efficiency of interactive e-learning environments: A cognitive load perspective
S Kalyuga
Educational psychology review 19, 387-399, 2007
3332007
Four ways of considering emotion in cognitive load theory
JL Plass, S Kalyuga
Educational Psychology Review 31, 339-359, 2019
3292019
Knowledge elaboration: A cognitive load perspective
S Kalyuga
Learning and Instruction 19 (5), 402-410, 2009
2842009
10 The Redundancy Principle in Multimedia Learning
S Kalyuga, J Sweller
The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning, 247, 2014
2672014
Rethinking the boundaries of cognitive load theory in complex learning
S Kalyuga, AM Singh
Educational Psychology Review 28, 831-852, 2016
2662016
Measuring cognitive load
J Sweller, P Ayres, S Kalyuga, J Sweller, P Ayres, S Kalyuga
Cognitive load theory, 71-85, 2011
2612011
Managing cognitive load in adaptive multimedia learning
S Kalyuga
IGI Global, 2008
2182008
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