What basic number processing measures in kindergarten explain unique variability in first-grade arithmetic proficiency?

@article{Bartelet2014WhatBN,
  title={What basic number processing measures in kindergarten explain unique variability in first-grade arithmetic proficiency?},
  author={Dimona C J Bartelet and Anniek Vaessen and Leo Blomert and Daniel Ansari},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={117},
  pages={12-28}
}
Relations between children's mathematics achievement and their basic number processing skills have been reported in both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. Yet, some key questions are currently unresolved, including which kindergarten skills uniquely predict children's arithmetic fluency during the first year of formal schooling and the degree to which predictors are contingent on children's level of arithmetic proficiency. The current study assessed kindergarteners' non-symbolic and… CONTINUE READING

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