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Pathways to fraction learning: numerical abilities mediate the relation between early cognitive competencies and later fraction knowledge. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 152, 242-263 (2016).
Classification: F43 C33 C43
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The cognitive foundations of early arithmetic skills: it is counting and number judgment, but not finger gnosis, that count. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 152, 327-334 (2016).
Classification: F32 C32 C42
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The role of physical digit representation and numerical magnitude representation in children’s multiplication fact retrieval. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 152, 41-53 (2016).
Classification: F32 C32
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Enhancing arithmetic in pre-schoolers with comparison or number line estimation training: does it matter? (English)
Learn. Instr. 46, 1-11 (2016).
Classification: F21 F31 D31
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Cognitive factors affecting children’s nonsymbolic and symbolic magnitude judgment abilities: A latent profile analysis. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 152, 173-191 (2016).
Classification: F21 F22 C31 C32 C41 C42
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Neuroscientific studies of mathematical thinking and learning: a critical look from a mathematics education viewpoint. (English)
ZDM, Math. Educ. 48, No. 3, 385-391 (2016).
Classification: C80 C30
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Electrophysiological markers of newly acquired symbolic numerical representations: the role of magnitude and ordinal information. (English)
ZDM, Math. Educ. 48, No. 3, 279-289 (2016).
Classification: C80 F20 C30
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Executive function and magnitude skills in preschool children. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 147, 126-139 (2016).
Classification: F21 C31
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Processing of space, time, and number contributes to mathematical abilities above and beyond domain-general cognitive abilities. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 143, 85-101 (2016).
Classification: F72 C32 C42
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Time knowledge acquisition in children aged 6 to 11 years and its relationship with numerical skills. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 143, 1-13 (2016).
Classification: F72 F73 C32 C33 C42 C43
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Conceptual and procedural distinctions between fractions and decimals: a cross-national comparison. (English)
Cognition 147, 57-69 (2016).
Classification: F40 C30
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Design of the game-based learning environment “Dudeman \& Sidegirl: operation clean world,” a numerical magnitude processing training. (English)
Torbeyns, Joke (ed.) et al., Describing and studying domain-specific serious games. Cham: Springer (ISBN 978-3-319-20275-4/hbk; 978-3-319-20276-1/ebook). Advances in Game-Based Learning, 9-26 (2015).
Classification: U70 F30 A20 A80
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About weights and heavyweights. Handling weights in elementary mathematics education. (Von Gewichten und Schwergewichten. Zum Umgang mit Gewichten im Mathematikunterricht der Grundschule.) (German)
Math. Differ. 6, No. 4, 6-9 (2015).
Classification: F72 M52
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Individual differences in children’s approximations of area correlate with competence in basic geometry. (English)
Learn. Individ. Differ. 44, 16-24 (2015).
Classification: G21 C31 C41
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Bridging the gap: fraction understanding is central to mathematics achievement in students from three different continents. (English)
Learn. Instr. 37, 5-13 (2015).
Classification: F43 C33 C43 C63
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From rational numbers to algebra: separable contributions of decimal magnitude and relational understanding of fractions. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 133, 72-84 (2015).
Classification: F43 H23 H33 C33
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Profiles of children’s arithmetic fact development: A model-based clustering approach. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 133, 29-46 (2015).
Classification: F32 F33 C32 C33
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Asymmetric activation spreading in the multiplication associative network due to asymmetric overlap between numerosities semantic representations? (English)
Cognition 141, 1-8 (2015).
Classification: F30 C30
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Children’s mathematical performance: five cognitive tasks across five grades. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 135, 1-24 (2015).
Classification: F22 F32 F23 F33
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Magnitude representations and counting skills in preschool children. (English)
Math. Think. Learn. 17, No. 2-3, 116-135 (2015).
Classification: F21 C41 C31
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