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Fractions
Connecting symbolic fractions to their underlying proportions using iterative partitioning
Using variations on paritioning area models gives children different levels of improvements in matching symbolic and visual fractions.
Michelle Hurst
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Jacob R Butts
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Sara Cordes
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Fraction Magnitude: Mapping Between Symbolic and Spatial Representations of Proportion
Exploring the difference between using number lines and pie charts to visualize fraction magnitude.
Michelle Hurst
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Marisa Massaro
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Sara Cordes
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Talking about proportion: Fraction labels impact numerical interference in non‐symbolic proportional reasoning
Labeling non-symbolic proportions increases likelihood of matching displays based on proportion as compared to whole number information.
Michelle Hurst
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K Leigh Monahan
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E Heller
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Sara Cordes
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Children’s understanding of fraction and decimal symbols and the notation-specific relation to pre-algebra ability
Representing magnitude using both decimal and fraction notation shows differences in accuracy.
Michelle Hurst
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Sara Cordes
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A systematic investigation of the link between rational number processing and algebra ability
Fluency in fraction and decimal notation uniquely predict algebraic ability.
Michelle Hurst
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Sara Cordes
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Working memory strategies during rational number magnitude processing
Both verbal and visuospatial working memory resources are utilized when comparing rational number magnitudes.
Michelle Hurst
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Sara Cordes
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Rational-Number Comparison Across Notation: Fractions, Decimals, and Whole Numbers
Ratio-dependenct performance when comparing the relative magnitudes of rational numbers across notations.
Michelle Hurst
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Sara Cordes
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Biases and benefits of number lines and pie charts in proportion representation
Adult reasoning of proportions across different symbolic and spatial representations.
Michelle Hurst
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Carlotta Relander
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Sara Cordes
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