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《Studies of Psychology and Behavior》 2009-04
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THE RATIO EFFECT IN 4 TO 5 YEARS OLD CHILDREN'S ONE-TO-ONE CORRESPONDENCE

Song Ying,Hu Qingfen (Institute of Developmental Psychology,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875)  
One-to-one correspondence and magnitude comparison are two aspects of young children's development of number concept.The experiments ask 40 four-year-old and 39 five-year-old children to complete one-to-one correspondence or magnitude comparison experimental task types,which contains different numerosity ratios.And the results are as follows:(1) there are ratio effect in both tasks,indicating that children employ the method of magnitude comparison to solve one-to-one problems;(2) the main effect of task types is significant,the accurate ratio in one-to-one correspondence task is significantly lower than that in magnitude comparison;(3) perception clues influence magnitude comparison judgement highly.
【Fund】: 北京师范大学青年教师基金的资助
【CateGory Index】: B844.12
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【Citations】
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1 HU Qing-fen CHEN Guang(Institute of Development psychology,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875);5 to 6-Year-Old Children's Strategies in Quantitative Comparison: Counting and Correspondence[J];Psychological Development and Education;2006-04
【Co-citations】
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1 HU Qing-fen CHEN Guang(Institute of Development psychology,Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875);Development of Ability to Compare Multi-Units Quantities in 5-to-6 Olds[J];Chinese Journal of Applied Psychology;2007-04
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