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Improper use of linear reasoning: An in-depth study of the nature and the irresistibility of secondary school students' errors
D De Bock, W Van Dooren, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Educational studies in mathematics 50, 311-334, 2002
2952002
Not everything is proportional: Effects of age and problem type on propensities for overgeneralization
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, A Hessels, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Cognition and instruction 23 (1), 57-86, 2005
2742005
The predominance of the linear model in secondary school students' solutions of word problems involving length and area of similar plane figures
D De Bock, L Verschaffel, D Janssens
Educational Studies in Mathematics 35 (1), 65-83, 1998
2531998
From addition to multiplication… and back: The development of students’ additive and multiplicative reasoning skills
WV Dooren, DD Bock, L Verschaffel
Cognition and Instruction 28 (3), 360-381, 2010
1922010
The illusion of linearity: Expanding the evidence towards probabilistic reasoning
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, F Depaepe, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Educational studies in mathematics 53, 113-138, 2003
1872003
Do realistic contexts and graphical representations always have a beneficial impact on students’ performance? Negative evidence from a study on modelling non-linear geometry …
D De Bock, L Verschaffel, D Janssens, W Van Dooren, K Claes
Learning and instruction 13 (4), 441-463, 2003
1612003
The linear imperative: An inventory and conceptual analysis of students' overuse of linearity
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 39 (3), 311-342, 2008
1592008
The illusion of linearity: From analysis to improvement
D De Bock, W Van Dooren, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
1572007
Remedying secondary school students’ illusion of linearity: A teaching experiment aiming at conceptual change
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, A Hessels, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
Learning and instruction 14 (5), 485-501, 2004
1432004
Abstract or concrete examples in learning mathematics? A replication and elaboration of Kaminski, Sloutsky, and Heckler's study
D De Bock, J Deprez, W Van Dooren, M Roelens, L Verschaffel
Journal for research in Mathematics Education 42 (2), 109-126, 2011
1302011
A Widespread Phenomenon
DD Bock, WV Dooren, D Janssens, L Verschaffel, DD Bock, WV Dooren, ...
The Illusion Of Linearity: From Analysis to Improvement, 1-22, 2007
1252007
Students' overuse of proportionality on missing-value problems: How numbers may change solutions
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, M Evers, L Verschaffel
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 40 (2), 187-211, 2009
1012009
The effects of different problem presentations and formulations on the illusion of linearity in secondary school students
D De Bock, L Verschaffel, D Janssens
Mathematical thinking and learning 4 (1), 65-89, 2002
972002
The development of students’ use of additive and proportional methods along primary and secondary school
C Fernández, S Llinares, W Van Dooren, D De Bock, L Verschaffel
European journal of psychology of education 27, 421-438, 2012
822012
Just answering… or thinking? Contrasting pupils' solutions and classifications of missing-value word problems
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, K Vleugels, L Verschaffel
Mathematical thinking and learning 12 (1), 20-35, 2010
802010
STUDENTS’UNDERSTANDING OF PROPORTIONAL, INVERSE PROPORTIONAL, AND AFFINE FUNCTIONS: TWO STUDIES ON THE ROLE OF EXTERNAL REPRESENTATIONS
D De Bock, W Van Dooren, L Verschaffel
International journal of science and mathematics education 13, 47-69, 2015
682015
The predictive power of intuitive rules: A critical analysis of the impact ofmore A–more B'andsame A–same B'
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, D Weyers, L Verschaffel
Educational Studies in Mathematics 56, 179-207, 2004
482004
EFFECT OF NUMBER STRUCTURE AND NATURE OF QUANTITIES ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS'PROPORTIONAL REASONING
C Fernández, S Llinares, W Van Dooren, D De Bock, L Verschaffel
Studia psychologica 53 (1), 69, 2011
412011
Pupils' over‐reliance on linearity: A scholastic effect?
W Van Dooren, D De Bock, D Janssens, L Verschaffel
British Journal of Educational Psychology 77 (2), 307-321, 2007
412007
The capabilities of secondary school teachers to provide financial education
K De Beckker, B Compen, D De Bock, W Schelfhout
Citizenship, Social and Economics Education 18 (2), 66-81, 2019
342019
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