Division by multiplication.

@article{Campbell1999DivisionBM,
  title={Division by multiplication.},
  author={Jamie Campbell},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  year={1999},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={791-802}
}
In two experiments, item-specific transfer was examined in simple multiplication and division with prime and probe problems separated by four to six trials. As was predicted by Rickard and Bourne's (1996) identical-elements model, response time (RT) savings were larger with identical (e.g., prime 63 divided by 7, probe 63 divided by 7) than with inverted (63 divided by 9 and 63 divided by 7) division problems, whereas identical (7 x 9 and 7 x 9) and inverted (9 x 7 and 7 x 9) multiplication… CONTINUE READING