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EK313 TMA03 MATHS
Differentiating anxiety forms and their role in academic performance from primary to secondary school
Emma Carey , Amy Devine, Francesca Hill, Dénes Szűcs
Published: March 28, 2017
1720 UK students (year 4, aged 8–9, and years 7 and 8, aged 11–13)
The Chicken or the Egg? The Direction of the Relationship Between Mathematics Anxiety and Mathematics Performance
Carey, Emma ; Hill, Francesca ; Devine, Amy ; Szücs, Dénes
Frontiers in psychology, 2015, Vol.6, p.1987-1987
...). The evidence is in conflict: the Deficit Theory is supported by longitudinal studies and studies of children with mathematical learning disabilities, but the Debilitating Anxiety Model is supported by research which manipulates...
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2019 England & Hong Kong
Relationships between attitudes and performance in young children’s mathematics
Dowker, Ann ; Cheriton, Olivia ; Horton, Rachel ; Mark, Winifred; Batchelor, Sophie ; Verschaffel, Lieven ; Torbeyns, Joke
Educational studies in mathematics, 2019-02-23, Vol.100 (3), p.211-230
Most studies of children’s attitudes to mathematics have dealt with children in second grade or later, and have suggested that attitudes deteriorate, and anxiety increases with age...
Sixty-seven English participants were recruited from two non-fee-paying neighbourhood primary schools one in
, Cumbria, and one in
. Forty-nine Chinese participants were recruited from two primary schools in Hong Kong.
English children included 40 boys and 27 girls. Their mean age was 6 years 3 months
Mathematics anxiety and coping strategies among middle school students: relations with students’ achievement goal orientations and level of performance
Skaalvik, Einar M
Social psychology of education, 2018-03-08, Vol.21 (3), p.709-723
939 students in five middle schools (grade 8–10) in a large city in Norway.
2018 UK, Russia & China
Cognition, emotion, and arithmetic in
: A cross‐cultural investigation
Rodic, Maja ; Cui, Jiaxin ; Malykh, Sergey ; Zhou, Xinlin ; Gynku, Elena I ; Bogdanova, Elena L ; Zueva, Dina Y ; Y. Bogdanova, Olga ; Kovas, Yulia
British journal of developmental psychology, 2018-06, Vol.36 (2), p.255-276
6-9 yr olds
Educational theories and computer game design: lessons from an experiment in elementary mathematics education
Es-Sajjade, Abdelghani ; Paas, Fred
Educational technology research and development, 2020-07-03, Vol.68 (5), p.2685-2703
have been used for a considerable time, their true potential for enhancing achievement and motivation is still being explored... Our results show that students who
played the game achieved better math results than those who did not
. We did not find any significant differences in math motivation. Another promising finding, albeit beyond the scope of our hypotheses, relates to the potential effects of math games on student behavior.
Connecting the dots: Understanding the interrelated impacts of type, quality and children's awareness of design features and the mathematics content learning goals in digital math games and related learning outcomes
Bullock, Emma P ; Roxburgh, Allison L ; Moyer‐Packenham, Patricia S ; Bektas, Elif ; Webster, Joseph S ; Bullock, Kathleen A
Journal of computer assisted learning, 2021-04, Vol.37 (2), p.557-586
Further development of the Children’s Mathematics Anxiety Scale UK (CMAS-UK) for ages 4–7 years
Petronzi, Dominic ; Staples, Paul ; Sheffield, David ; Hunt, Thomas E ; Fitton-Wilde, Sandra; Verschaffel, Lieven ; Verschaffel, Lieven ; Batchelor, Sophie ; Batchelor, Sophie ; Torbeyns, Joke ; Torbeyns, Joke
Educational studies in mathematics, 2018-10-31, Vol.100 (3), p.231-249