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Title Addition and subtraction : a cognitive perspective / edited by Thomas P. Carpenter, James M. Moser, Thomas A. Romberg.
Imprint London : Routledge, 2020.


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Description 1 online resource
Series Psychology revivals
Psychology revivals.
Note "First published in 1982 by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc."
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Thomas P. Carpenter, James M. Moser, Thomas A. Romberg
Subject Addition.
Mathematical ability -- Testing.
Summary A hallmark of much of the research on children's thinking in the 1970s had been the focus on explicit content domains. Much of this research had been represented by an eclectic collection of studies sampled from a variety of disciplines and content areas. However, in the few years before this publication, research in several content domains has begun to coalesce into a coherent body of knowledge. Originally published in 1982, the chapters in this work represent one of the first attempts to bring together the perspectives of a variety of different researchers investigating a specific, well defined content domain. This book presents theoretical views and research findings of a group of international scholars who are investigating the early acquisition of addition and subtraction skills by young children. Together, the contributors bring a blend of psychology, educational psychology, and mathematics education to this topic. Fields of interest such as information processing, artificial intelligence, early childhood, and classroom teaching and learning are included in this blend.
Other Author Carpenter, Thomas P.
Moser, James M.
Romberg, Thomas A.
Other Title Print version: 9781000089264
Print version: 0367495449 9780367495442