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In two experiments, we examined the development of 4- to 6-year-old children's understanding of part-whole relations. The first experiment tested the hypothesis that young children do not appreciate the part-whole structure of arithmetic problems, focusing on initial-unknown change problems....
There is little research on the ways people go about the very common task of extracting information from various forms of maps. In this study, we examined task factors, cognitive processes, and individual differences as determinants of performance differences when locating a position on a...
The problem-solving performance of groups of high-achieving (HA) and low-achieving (LA) Year 11 students was compared during solution of geometry problems using a think-aloud procedure. Students also undertook knowledge assessment tasks involving theorem recall and a prompted recall task to...
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