Operational Momentum in Multiplication and Division?

@inproceedings{Katz2014OperationalMI,
  title={Operational Momentum in Multiplication and Division?},
  author={Curren Katz and Andr{\'e} Knops},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Biases are commonly seen in numerical cognition. The operational momentum (OM) effect shows that responses to addition and subtraction problems are biased in the whole-number direction of the operation. It is not known if this bias exists for other arithmetic operations. To determine whether OM exists in scalar operations, we measured response bias in adults performing symbolic (Arabic digits) and non-symbolic (dots) multiplication and division problems. After seeing two operands, with either a… CONTINUE READING

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