This book is divided into seven chapters including: a broad overview of mathematical cognition; development of mathematical cognition; working memory, automaticity and mathematical problem solving; mathematical problem solving; and methematical learning disabilities.Strategy use and speed of problem solution data while solving basic arithmetic problems were collected, and The Science ... (1991) used groups of fourth grade mathematically disabled and non-disabled students and gifted third and fourth ... First, they were limited to younger students 130 L.N. TRONSKY and J.M. ROYER.
|Author||:||James M. Royer|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2003|