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Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition

Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition
  • Author : Daniel B. Berch,David C. Geary,Kathleen Mann Koepke
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2018-07-27
  • Total pages : 364
  • ISBN : 9780128125755
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Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition, First Edition focuses on the role of linguistic and cultural factors in math cognition and development. It covers a wide range of topics, including analogical mapping in numerical development, arithmetic fact retrieval in the bilingual brain, cross-cultural comparisons of mathematics achievement, the shaping of numerical processing by number word construction, the influence of Head Start programs, the mathematical skills of children with specific language impairments, the role of culture and language in creating associations between number and space, and electrophysiological studies of linguistic traces in core knowledge at the neural level. Includes cutting-edge findings, innovative measures, recent methodological advances and groundbreaking theoretical developments Synthesizes research from various subdomains of math cognition research Covers the full complement of research in mathematical thinking and learning Informs researchers, scholars, educators, students and policymakers

Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition

Language and Culture in Mathematical Cognition
  • Author : Daniel B. Berch,David C. Geary,Kathleen Mann Koepke
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release Date : 2018
  • Total pages : 364
  • ISBN : 0128125748
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The fourth volume in the Mathematical and Cognition and Learning series focuses on the role of linguistic and cultural factors in math cognition and development. It covers a wide range of topics, including: analogical mapping in numerical development, arithmetic fact retrieval in the bilingual brain, cross-cultural comparisons of mathematics achievement, the shaping of numerical processing by number word construction as contrasted with reading direction, the influence of Head Start programs on the learning on symbolic numerical skills in preschool dual-language learners, mathematical skills of children with specific language impairments, the role of culture and language in creating associations between number and space, electrophysiological studies of linguistic traces in core knowledge at the neural level, and how studying an indigenous body counting system can reveal the interplay between cultural and linguistic processes in children's mathematical development. Includes cutting-edge findings, innovative measures, recent methodological advances, and ground-breaking theoretical developments Synthesizes research from various sub-domains of math cognition research Covers the full complement of research in mathematical thinking and learning Informs researchers, scholars, educators, students, and policymakers

On the Development of Space-Number Relations: Linguistic and Cognitive Determinants, Influences, and Associations

On the Development of Space-Number Relations: Linguistic and Cognitive Determinants, Influences, and Associations
  • Author : Hans-Christoph Nuerk,Krzysztof Cipora,Frank Domahs,Maciej Haman
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2020-03-30
  • Total pages : 283
  • ISBN : 9782889635887
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PDF book entitled On the Development of Space-Number Relations: Linguistic and Cognitive Determinants, Influences, and Associations written by Hans-Christoph Nuerk,Krzysztof Cipora,Frank Domahs,Maciej Haman and published by Frontiers Media SA which was released on 2020-03-30 with total hardcover pages 283, the book become popular and critical acclaim.

Linguistic Influences on Mathematical Cognition

Linguistic Influences on Mathematical Cognition
  • Author : Ann Dowker,Hans-Christoph Nuerk
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2017-06-16
  • Total pages : 175
  • ISBN : 9782889452002
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For many years, an abstract, amodal semantic magnitude representation, largely independent of verbal linguistic representations, has been viewed as the core numerical or mathematical representation This assumption has been substantially challenged in recent years. Linguistic properties affect not only verbal representations of numbers,but also numerical magnitude representation, spatial magnitude representations, calculation, parity representation, place-value representation and even early number acquisition. Thus, we postulate that numerical and arithmetic processing are not fully independent of linguistic processing. This is not to say, that in patients, magnitude processing cannot function independently of linguistic processing we just suppose, these functions are connected in the functioning brain. So far, much research about linguistic influences on numerical cognition has simply demonstrated that language influences number without investigating the level at which a particular language influence operates. After an overview, we present new findings on language influences on seven language levels: - Conceptual: Conceptual properties of language - Syntactic: The grammatical structure of languages beyond the word level influences - Semantic: The semantic meaning or existence of words - Lexical: The lexical composition of words, in particular number words - Visuo-spatial-orthographic: Orthographic properties, such as the writing/reading direction of a language. - Phonological: Phonological/phonetic properties of languages - Other language-related skills: Verbal working memory and other cognitive skills related to language representations We hope that this book provides a new and structured overview on the exciting influences of linguistic processing on numerical cognition at almost all levels of language processing.

Pre- or Post- School Influences on Learning Adaptations, Risks and Disabilities in Children and Adolescents: Overlapping Challenges for Public Health, Education and Development

Pre- or Post- School Influences on Learning Adaptations, Risks and Disabilities in Children and Adolescents: Overlapping Challenges for Public Health, Education and Development
  • Author : Amedeo D’Angiulli,Kimberly Schonert-Reichl,Nicole Letourneau,Eric R. Hamilton,Gerry Leisman
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2021-05-31
  • Total pages : 96
  • ISBN : 9782889668281
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PDF book entitled Pre- or Post- School Influences on Learning Adaptations, Risks and Disabilities in Children and Adolescents: Overlapping Challenges for Public Health, Education and Development written by Amedeo D’Angiulli,Kimberly Schonert-Reichl,Nicole Letourneau,Eric R. Hamilton,Gerry Leisman and published by Frontiers Media SA which was released on 2021-05-31 with total hardcover pages 96, the book become popular and critical acclaim.

The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education - 2 Volumes

The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education - 2 Volumes
  • Author : Bharath Sriraman,Jinfa Cai,Kyeonghwa Lee,Lianghuo Fan,Yoshinori Shimizu,Chap Sam Lim,K. Subramaniam
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release Date : 2015-08-01
  • Total pages : 1798
  • ISBN : 9781681232799
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Mathematics and Science education have both grown in fertile directions in different geographic regions. Yet, the mainstream discourse in international handbooks does not lend voice to developments in cognition, curriculum, teacher development, assessment, policy and implementation of mathematics and science in many countries. Paradoxically, in spite of advances in information technology and the “flat earth” syndrome, old distinctions and biases between different groups of researcher’s persist. In addition limited accessibility to conferences and journals also contribute to this problem. The International Sourcebooks in Mathematics and Science Education focus on under-represented regions of the world and provides a platform for researchers to showcase their research and development in areas within mathematics and science education. The First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and India provides the first synthesized treatment of mathematics education that has both developed and is now prominently emerging in the Asian and South Asian world. The book is organized in sections coordinated by leaders in mathematics education in these countries and editorial teams for each country affiliated with them. The purpose of unique sourcebook is to both consolidate and survey the established body of research in these countries with findings that have influenced ongoing research agendas and informed practices in Europe, North America (and other countries) in addition to serving as a platform to showcase existing research that has shaped teacher education, curricula and policy in these Asian countries. The book will serve as a standard reference for mathematics education researchers, policy makers, practitioners and students both in and outside Asia, and complement the Nordic and NCTM perspectives.

Handbook of Mathematical Cognition

Handbook of Mathematical Cognition
  • Author : Jamie I. D. Campbell
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release Date : 2005
  • Total pages : 528
  • ISBN : 9781841694115
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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Individual Differences in Arithmetical Development

Individual Differences in Arithmetical Development
  • Author : Ann Dowker,Bert De Smedt,Annemie Desoete
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2020-01-03
  • Total pages : 295
  • ISBN : 9782889633760
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This eBook is a collection of articles from a Frontiers Research Topic. Frontiers Research Topics are very popular trademarks of the Frontiers Journals Series: they are collections of at least ten articles, all centered on a particular subject. With their unique mix of varied contributions from Original Research to Review Articles, Frontiers Research Topics unify the most influential researchers, the latest key findings and historical advances in a hot research area! Find out more on how to host your own Frontiers Research Topic or contribute to one as an author by contacting the Frontiers Editorial Office: frontiersin.org/about/contact.

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Math Cognition

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Math Cognition
  • Author : Marcel Danesi
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2019-09-14
  • Total pages : 344
  • ISBN : 9783030225377
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This is an anthology of contemporary studies from various disciplinary perspectives written by some of the world's most renowned experts in each of the areas of mathematics, neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, semiotics, education, and more. Its purpose is not to add merely to the accumulation of studies, but to show that math cognition is best approached from various disciplinary angles, with the goal of broadening the general understanding of mathematical cognition through the different theoretical threads that can be woven into an overall understanding. This volume will be of interest to mathematicians, cognitive scientists, educators of mathematics, philosophers of mathematics, semioticians, psychologists, linguists, anthropologists, and all other kinds of scholars who are interested in the nature, origin, and development of mathematical cognition.

Cultures of Mathematics and Logic

Cultures of Mathematics and Logic
  • Author : Shier Ju,Benedikt Löwe,Thomas Müller,Yun Xie
  • Publisher : Birkhäuser
  • Release Date : 2016-08-10
  • Total pages : 123
  • ISBN : 9783319315027
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This book gathers the proceedings of the conference "Cultures of Mathematics and Logic," held in Guangzhou, China. The event was the third in a series of interdisciplinary, international conferences emphasizing the cultural components of philosophy of mathematics and logic. It brought together researchers from many disciplines whose work sheds new light on the diversity of mathematical and logical cultures and practices. In this context, the cultural diversity can be diachronical (different cultures in different historical periods), geographical (different cultures in different regions), or sociological in nature.

Linguistic and Cultural Influences on Learning Mathematics

Linguistic and Cultural Influences on Learning Mathematics
  • Author : Rodney R. Cocking,Jose P. Mestre
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2013-03-07
  • Total pages : 320
  • ISBN : 9781136562631
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The combined impact of linguistic, cultural, educational and cognitive factors on mathematics learning is considered in this unique book. By uniting the diverse research models and perspectives of these fields, the contributors describe how language and cognitive factors can influence mathematical learning, thinking and problem solving. The authors contend that cognitive skills are heavily dependent upon linguistic skills and both are critical to the representational knowledge intimately linked to school achievement in mathematics.

Diversity Dimensions in Mathematics and Language Learning

Diversity Dimensions in Mathematics and Language Learning
  • Author : Annemarie Fritz,Erkan Gürsoy,Moritz Herzog
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release Date : 2021-06-08
  • Total pages : 432
  • ISBN : 9783110661941
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Wie hängen sprachliche und mathematische Entwicklung zusammen? Dieser Frage wird derzeit mit großem Interesse aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven nachgegangen. Dieser Sammelband vereint Erkenntnisse aus Psychologie, Neurowissenschaften, Mathematikdidaktik, (Psycho-)Linguistik und Mehrsprachigkeitsforschung. Der interdisziplinäre Ansatz bietet einen umfassenden Blick auf den aktuellen Forschungsstand, dargestellt von national und international renommierten Forschenden. Das Buch gliedert sich in drei Teile. Der erste Teil „Modelle und Theorien“ fasst theoretische Überlegungen zusammen und stellt Strukturen für Forschung und Praxis bereit. Dieser Teil dient dazu, den Grundstein für die anderen Teile sowie für zukünftige Forschung zu legen. Der zweite Teil „Kindergartenalter“ sowie der dritte Teil „Grundschulalter“ decken empirische Befunde über die Korrelation zwischen Sprache und mathematischem Lernen in der jeweiligen Altersgruppe ab. Ein besonderer Fokus liegt hierbei auf dem Aspekt der Mehrsprachigkeit. Damit bietet dieser Sammelband eine große Bandbreite fachspezifischen Wissens für Bildungswissenschaftler*innen, Lehramtsstudierende, Psycholog*innen und Forschende zur Mehrsprachigkeit.

Abstract Mathematical Cognition

Abstract Mathematical Cognition
  • Author : Wolfgang Grodd,Philippe Chassy
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release Date : 2016-08-09
  • Total pages : 113
  • ISBN : 9782889198160
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Despite the importance of mathematics in our educational systems little is known about how abstract mathematical thinking emerges. Under the uniting thread of mathematical development, we hope to connect researchers from various backgrounds to provide an integrated view of abstract mathematical cognition. Much progress has been made in the last 20 years on how numeracy is acquired. Experimental psychology has brought to light the fact that numerical cognition stems from spatial cognition. The findings from neuroimaging and single cell recording experiments converge to show that numerical representations take place in the intraparietal sulcus. Further research has demonstrated that supplementary neural networks might be recruited to carry out subtasks; for example, the retrieval of arithmetic facts is done by the angular gyrus. Now that the neural networks in charge of basic mathematical cognition are identified, we can move onto the stage where we seek to understand how these basics skills are used to support the acquisition and use of abstract mathematical concepts.

Handbook of Cognitive Mathematics

Handbook of Cognitive Mathematics
  • Author : Marcel Danesi
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release Date : 2022-12-02
  • Total pages : 1392
  • ISBN : 9783031039454
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Cognitive mathematics provides insights into how mathematics works inside the brain and how it is interconnected with other faculties through so-called blending and other associative processes. This handbook is the first large collection of various aspects of cognitive mathematics to be amassed into a single title, covering decades of connection between mathematics and other figurative processes as they manifest themselves in language, art, and even algorithms. It will be of use to anyone working in math cognition and education, with each section of the handbook edited by an international leader in that field.

Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education

Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education
  • Author : Lyn D. English,David Kirshner
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2010-04-02
  • Total pages : 942
  • ISBN : 9781135192761
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This book brings together mathematics education research that makes a difference in both theory and practice - research that anticipates problems and needed knowledge before they become impediments to progress.

Cultural Development of Mathematical Ideas

Cultural Development of Mathematical Ideas
  • Author : Geoffrey B. Saxe
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release Date : 2012-09-28
  • Total pages : 229
  • ISBN : 9781139560238
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Drawing upon field studies conducted in 1978, 1980 and 2001 with the Oksapmin, a remote Papua New Guinea group, Geoffrey B. Saxe traces the emergence of new forms of numerical representations and ideas in the social history of the community. In traditional life, the Oksapmin used a counting system that makes use of twenty-seven parts of the body; there is no evidence that the group used arithmetic in prehistory. As practices of economic exchange and schooling have shifted, children and adults unwittingly reproduced and altered the system in order to solve new kinds of numerical and arithmetical problems, a process that has led to new forms of collective representations in the community. While Dr Saxe's focus is on the Oksapmin, the insights and general framework he provides are useful for understanding shifting representational forms and emerging cognitive functions in any human community.

Academic Language In Second Language Learning

Academic Language In Second Language Learning
  • Author : Christian J. Faltis,M. Beatriz Arias
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release Date : 2013-03-01
  • Total pages : 253
  • ISBN : 9781623961169
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Language in academic settings, also referred to academic language, has gained attention in the field of second language learning owing to new understandings of the complexities of language inherent in learning academic content, and new efforts to assess English learners’ language proficiency in the context of school learning. The concept of academic language as distinct from social language has been in the academic literature since the mid-1950s, and surfaced as a major construct in the field of bilingual education in the 1980s. Many readers will be familiar with the ideas of BICS and CALP, first introduced by Jim Cummins in the 1980s. This book presents a critique of academic language as a separable construct from social language, and introduces current research efforts to understand how English learners interact, interpret, and show understanding of language in academic contexts in ways that re-think and go beyond the distinction between social and academic language. The book is organized into three main sections, each with a range of chapters that consider how academic language plays into how children and youth learn academic content as emergent bilingual students in school settings. A Foreward and Afterward offer commentary on the book and its contents. The intended audience for this book is graduate students, teacher educators, and researchers interested in issues of language and content learning for English learners, the new mainstream of schools across the nation. There is something for a wide range of readers and students of second language acquisition in this volume.

The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition

The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition
  • Author : Lawrence Shapiro
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release Date : 2014-04-29
  • Total pages : 419
  • ISBN : 9781317688662
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Embodied cognition is one of the foremost areas of study and research in philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology and cognitive science. The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition is an outstanding guide and reference source to the key topics and debates in this exciting subject and essential reading for any student and scholar of philosophy of mind and cognitive science. Comprising over thirty chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook is divided into six parts: Historical underpinnings Perspectives on embodied cognition Applied embodied cognition: perception, language, and reasoning Applied embodied cognition: social and moral cognition and emotion Applied embodied cognition: memory, attention, and group cognition Meta-topics. The early chapters of the Handbook cover empirical and philosophical foundations of embodied cognition, focusing on Gibsonian and phenomenological approaches. Subsequent chapters cover additional, important themes common to work in embodied cognition, including embedded, extended and enactive cognition as well as chapters on empirical research in perception, language, reasoning, social and moral cognition, emotion, consciousness, memory, and learning and development.

Numbers and the Making of Us

Numbers and the Making of Us
  • Author : Caleb Everett
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release Date : 2017-03-13
  • Total pages : 312
  • ISBN : 9780674979147
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Number concepts are a human invention developed and refined over millennia. They allow us to grasp quantities precisely: recent research shows that most specific quantities are not perceived in the absence of a number system. Numbers are not innate or universal; yet without them, the world as we know it would not exist.

Mathematical Representation at the Interface of Body and Culture

Mathematical Representation at the Interface of Body and Culture
  • Author : Wolff-Michael Roth
  • Publisher : IAP
  • Release Date : 2009-06-01
  • Total pages : 369
  • ISBN : 9781607521914
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Over the past two decades, the theoretical interests of mathematics educators have changed substantially—as any brief look at the titles and abstracts of articles shows. Largely through the work of Paul Cobb and his various collaborators, mathematics educators came to be attuned to the intricate relationship between individual and the social configuration of which she or he is part. That is, this body of work, running alongside more traditional constructivist and psychological approaches, showed that what happens at the collective level in a classroom both constrains and affords opportunities for what individuals do (their practices). Increasingly, researchers focused on the mediational role of sociomathematical norms and how these emerged from the enacted lessons. A second major shift in mathematical theorizing occurred during the past decade: there is an increasing focus on the embodied and bodily manifestation of mathematical knowing (e.g., Lakoff & Núñez, 2000). Mathematics educators now working from this perspective have come to their position from quite different bodies of literatures: for some, linguistic concerns and mathematics as material praxis lay at the origin for their concerns; others came to their position through the literature on the situated nature of cognition; and yet another line of thinking emerged from the work on embodiment that Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela advanced. Whatever the historical origins of their thinking, mathematics educators taking an embodiment perspective presuppose that it is of little use to think of mathematical knowing in terms of transcendental concepts somehow recorded in the brain, but rather, that we need to conceptual knowing as mediated by the human body, which, because of its senses, is at the origin of sense. One of the question seldom asked is how the two perspectives, one that focuses on the bodily, embodied nature of mathematical cognition and the other that focuses on its social nature, can be thought together. This edited volume situates itself at the intersection of theoretical and focal concerns of both of these lines of work. In all chapters, the current culture both at the classroom and at the societal level comes to be expressed and provides opportunities for expressing oneself in particular ways; and these expressions always are bodily expressions of body-minds. As a collective, the chapters focus on mathematical knowledge as an aspect or attribute of mathematical performance; that is, mathematical knowing is in the doing rather than attributable to some mental substrate structured in particular ways as conceived by conceptual change theorists or traditional cognitive psychologists. The collection as a whole shows readers important aspects of mathematical cognition that are produced and observable at the interface between the body (both human and those of [inherently material] inscriptions) and culture. Drawing on cultural-historical activity theory, the editor develops an integrative perspective that serves as a background to a narrative that runs through and pulls together the book into an integrated whole.

The Handbook of Culture & Psychology

The Handbook of Culture & Psychology
  • Author : David Ricky Matsumoto,Professor of Psychology and Director of the Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory David Matsumoto
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release Date : 2001
  • Total pages : 475
  • ISBN : 9780195131819
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This is a review of selected areas and topics within cross-cultural psychology. The chapters presented provide a review of where cross-cultural psychology has been, and where it is headed in the future; and should be a valuable guide for beginning researchers and scholars alike.