Understanding arithmetic concepts: The role of domain-specifc and domain-general skills - dataset
datasetposted on 31.08.2018 by Camilla Gilmore, Sarah Clayton, Lucy Cragg, Clare Mckeaveney, Victoria Simms, Samantha Johnson
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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.
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. PLOS One 13(9): e0201724.
Ravens Coloured Progressive Matrices
WIAT Numerical Operations and Mathematics Reasoning
Number fact knowledge
Arithmetic strategy use and efficiency
Number line PAE
Nonsymbolic and symbolic magnitude comparison
Working memory: Digit Recall, Word recall and AWMA Mr X
NEPSY Inhibition and Switching
NEPSY visuospatial processing Arrows subtest
This study was funded by a project grant (SP4575) from Action Medical Research (AMR, www.action.org.uk/), UK. CG is supported by a UK Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship (https://royalsociety.org/).
- Mathematics Education Centre