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Spontaneous and directed attention to number and proportion
Children’s understanding of relational language for quantity comparisons
Connecting symbolic fractions to their underlying proportions using iterative partitioning
Children’s gesture use provides insight into proportional reasoning strategies
Preschoolers’ number knowledge relates to spontaneous focusing on number for small, but not large, sets
Fraction Magnitude: Mapping Between Symbolic and Spatial Representations of Proportion
Talking about proportion: Fraction labels impact numerical interference in non‐symbolic proportional reasoning
Children’s understanding of fraction and decimal symbols and the notation-specific relation to pre-algebra ability
Attending to relations: Proportional reasoning in 3-to 6-year-old children
A systematic investigation of the link between rational number processing and algebra ability
Working memory strategies during rational number magnitude processing
Mapping Among Number Words, Numerals, and Nonsymbolic Quantities in Preschoolers
Rational-Number Comparison Across Notation: Fractions, Decimals, and Whole Numbers
When Being Good at Math Is Not Enough: How Students’ Beliefs About the Nature of Mathematics Impact Decisions to Pursue Optional Math Education
Biases and benefits of number lines and pie charts in proportion representation
The Effect of Emotion and Induced Arousal on Numerical Processing
123s and ABCs: developmental shifts in logarithmic-to-linear responding reflect fluency with sequence values
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