Skills underlying mathematics: When is working memory important for arithmetic


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Description: This study investigated the extent to which working memory requirements for different arithmetic strategies changes with age between 9 years and young adulthood. The impact of verbal and visuospatial working memory on different arithmetic strategies was also compared.


This project formed part of the ESRC grant 'Skills Underlying Maths' ( awarded to Camilla Gilmore and Lucy Cragg. These data underpin the following article: Cragg, L., Richardson, S., Hubber, P. J., Keeble, S., & Gilmore, C. (2017). When is working memory important for arithmetic? The impact of strategy and age. PloS one, 12(12), e0188693. The data files and the Eprime experi...


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