Intuitions and Schemata in Mathematical Reasoning
- Schemata and Intuitions in Combinatorial Reasoning. Fischbein, Efraim; Grossman, Aline // Educational Studies in Mathematics;Oct97, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p27
The problem that inspired the present research refers to the relationships between schemata and intuitions. These two mental categories share a number of common properties: ontogenetic stability, adaptive flexibility, internal consistency, coerciveness and generality. Schemata are defined...
- EL ESQUEMA TRASCENDENTAL DE LAS CATEGORÃAS DE LA CANTIDAD COMO DETERMINACIÃ“N TEMPORAL. ARIAS-ALBISU, MARTÍN // Endoxa;2011, Issue 27, p55
The objective of this article is to show that two theses about the nature of transcendental schemas are valid for the case of the transcendental schema of the categories of quantity. These theses are: (1) transcendental schemas are procedures of synthesis and, simultaneously, the main temporal...
- Actual and attributed schemas of professional obsolescence and updating: A comparison of... Pazy, Asya // Journal of High Technology Management Research;Spring97, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p21
Focuses on a study of the actual and attributed adherence to cognitive schemas of updating and obsolescence among technical professionals and managers. Detailed information on the cognitive schemas of obsolescence and updating; Methodology applied in the study.
- Schema Incongruity: A Multidimensional Perspective Involving Advertising Schema, Self- Schema, and Product Schema. Desai, Kalpesh Kaushik; Gencturk, Esra // Advances in Consumer Research;1995, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p390
Summarizes the contents of a special topic session on issues related to the effects of schema incongruity in three different contexts. Papers presented by Kalpesh Kaushik Desai, Esra Gencturk, and Linda Rochford; Joseph C. Nunes, Joan Meyer-Levy, and Laura Peracchio; Katryna Malafarina and...
- Problem-specific information and the development of problem-type schemata. Bernardo, Allan B.I. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Mar1994, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p379
Examines the theory of the problem-type schemata which includes both problem-specific and abstract information. Subjects' formation of associations; Problem solvers' retention of problem-specific information in schemata; Conservative generalization model of schema acquisition.
- Effects of self-schema on assumptions about and processing of schema-consistent traits of other... Hochwalder, Jacek // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Jun96, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p1267
Investigates whether self-schema may be a personality variable that affects assumptions about and processing of schema consistent traits of other persons. Rating of the schema-consistent traits of unfamiliar stimulus persons and familiar stimulus persons; Comparison of the correlation between...
- Typical and atypical information as structural categories in the instructional process. Pelegrina, Manuel; Gallifa, Josep // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec94, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p1319
Examines the typical and atypical information from schema on recognition task over retention periods and in a classroom situation. Organization of knowledge; Functions probability analysis should encompass; Memory in of the knowledge schema.
- Look Again. Crewe, Megan // New Moon;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p30
The article discusses the schema of the mind.
- Schema specificity in subclinical syndrome depression: Distinctions between automatically versus... Ingram, Rick E.; Partridge, Sonia // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Jun94, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p195
Investigates a state-trait distinction in self-schema content and information processing in subclinical syndrome depression. Operation of different modes of self-referent information processing; Cognitive conceptualizations of depression; Review of related literature.