By David C. Geary, Daniel B. Berch, Robert Ochsendorf, Kathleen Mann Koepke

*Acquisition of complicated mathematics abilities and Higher-Order arithmetic Concepts* specializes in average and strange studying of advanced mathematics talents and higher-order math techniques. As a part of the sequence *Mathematical Cognition and Learning,* this quantity covers fresh advances within the knowing of children’s constructing potential with whole-number mathematics, fractions, and rational numbers. each one bankruptcy covers those issues from a number of views, together with genetic problems, cognition, guideline, and neural networks.

- Covers leading edge measures and up to date methodological advances in mathematical pondering and learning
- Contains contributions that increase guide and schooling in those domains
- Informs coverage aimed toward expanding the extent of mathematical talent within the normal public

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