TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:784327 ID - pug01:784327 LA - eng TI - A longitudinal study of children's performance on simple multiplication and division problems PY - 2009 JO - (2009) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SN - 0012-1649 PB - 2009 AU - De Brauwer, Jolien PP02 801001771117 001998247789 059824496887 AU - Fias, Wim PP02 801001323301 0000-0002-5788-7306 AB - The authors investigated the performance on simple multiplication and division problems of 8-year-old children longitudinally to determine the developmental trajectories of both operations. Twice a year, during 2 consecutive school years, children performed a multiplication and division verification task and a number-matching task. All effects that were observed in multiplication performance (problem size, 5, and tie effect and Tie x Size interaction) were also observed in division performance. The developmental trajectories of these effects are described. The authors observed strong developmental parallels between both operations. These results are in line with strongly interconnected memory networks for multiplication and division facts, at least in young children. The results of the number-matching task showed that the interference effect developed differently for multiplication and division, indicating that automatic activation spreading from division operands to division answers is not at work in children of that age. ER -Download RIS file
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520 | a The authors investigated the performance on simple multiplication and division problems of 8-year-old children longitudinally to determine the developmental trajectories of both operations. Twice a year, during 2 consecutive school years, children performed a multiplication and division verification task and a number-matching task. All effects that were observed in multiplication performance (problem size, 5, and tie effect and Tie x Size interaction) were also observed in division performance. The developmental trajectories of these effects are described. The authors observed strong developmental parallels between both operations. These results are in line with strongly interconnected memory networks for multiplication and division facts, at least in young children. The results of the number-matching task showed that the interference effect developed differently for multiplication and division, indicating that automatic activation spreading from division operands to division answers is not at work in children of that age. | ||
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653 | a FACTS | ||
653 | a BASIC ARITHMETIC SKILLS | ||
653 | a IDENTICAL ELEMENTS MODEL | ||
653 | a TIME-ACCURACY FUNCTIONS | ||
653 | a MENTAL MULTIPLICATION | ||
653 | a DEVELOPMENTAL-CHANGE | ||
653 | a INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES | ||
653 | a OBLIGATORY ACTIVATION | ||
653 | a PROBLEM SIZE | ||
653 | a AUTOMATIC ACTIVATION | ||
653 | a simple division | ||
653 | a development | ||
653 | a arithmetic | ||
653 | a memory retrieval | ||
653 | a simple multiplication | ||
773 | t DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY g Dev. Psychol. 2009. 45 (5) p.1480-1496 q 45:5<1480 | ||
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