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Knowledge of addition combinations has long been thought to facilitate the learning of subtraction combinations (e.g., 8 - 5 = ? can be answered by thinking 5 + ? = 8). Indeed, it follows from Siegler's (1987) model that an associative facilitating effect should make the correct answer the most...
This investigation examined the strategies employed by preschool children when identifying noncommercial print appearing in their kindergartens (names on personal lockers). In contrast to previous research that has relied heavily on commercial materials, such as labels and logos, and has not...
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