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Author Fuson, Karen C.

Title Children's counting and concepts of number / Karen C. Fuson
Published New York : Springer-Verlag, [1988]


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Description xiv, 446 pages ; 25 cm
Series Springer series in cognitive development
Springer series in cognitive development.
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents: Number Words: Introduction and Overview of Different Uses of Number Words. The Number-Word Sequence: An Overview of Its Acquisition and Elaboration.- Correspondence Errors in Counting Objects: Correspondence Errors in Children's Counting. Effects of Object Arrangement on Counting Correspondence Errors and on the Indicating Act. Effects of Object Variables and Age of Counter on Correspondence Errors Made When Counting Objects in Rows. Correspondence Errors in Children's Counting: A Summary.- Concepts of Cardinality: Children's Early Knowledge About Relationships Between Counting and Cardinality. Later Conceptual Relationships Between Counting and Cardinality: Addition and Subtraction of Cardinal Numbers. Uses of Counting and Matching in Cardinal Equivalence Situations: Equivalence and Order Relations on Cardinal Numbers.- Number Words, Counting, and Cardinality: The Increasing Integration of Sequence, Count, and Cardinal Meanings: Early Relationships Among Sequence Number Words, Counting Correspondence, and Cardinality. An Overview of Changes in Children's Number Word Concepts from Age 2 Through 8.- References.- Author Index.- Subject Index
Notes Includes indexes
Bibliography Bibliography: pages [419]-431
Subject Cognition in children.
Number concept.
LC no. 87016460
ISBN 0387965661