Understanding arithmetic concepts: The role of domain-specifc and domain-general skills - dataset
GilmoreCamilla
ClaytonSarah
CraggLucy
MckeaveneyClare
SimmsVictoria
JohnsonSamantha
2018
<div>This dataset is from a study of children's understanding of arithmetic concepts. It consists of scores from a series of mathematical and domain-general tasks for a sample of 77 children aged 7 - 10 years old.</div><div><br></div><div>Reference:</div><div>Gilmore, C., Clayton, S., Cragg, L., McKeaveney, C., Simms, V., & Johnson, S. (2018). Understanding arithmetic concepts: The role of domain-specific and domain-general skills. <em>PLOS One </em>13(9): e0201724.</div><br>Measures:<br>Ravens Coloured Progressive Matrices<br>WIAT Numerical Operations and Mathematics Reasoning<br>Conceptual Understanding<br>Counting skills<br>Number fact knowledge<br>Arithmetic strategy use and efficiency<br>Number recognition<br>Number line PAE<br>Nonsymbolic and symbolic magnitude comparison<br>Working memory: Digit Recall, Word recall and AWMA Mr X<br>NEPSY Inhibition and Switching<br>NEPSY visuospatial processing Arrows subtest<br>