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Mariela Orozco-Hormaza ; Rafael G. Hurtado ;Pensamiento Psicológico 2014, 12 2

Author: Diego Fernando Guerrero

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Pensamiento Psicológico ISSN: 1657-8961 revistascientificasjaveriana@gmail.com Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Colombia Guerrero, Diego Fernando; Orozco-Hormaza, Mariela; Hurtado, Rafael G. Writing Times in Three Digit Numerals: Relation between Times and Syntactic Structure of Verbal Expressions Dictated Pensamiento Psicológico, vol.
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2, julio-diciembre, 2014, pp.
57-64 Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=80132817004 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Pensamiento Psicológico, Vol.
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57-64 doi:10.11144-Javerianacali.PPSI12-2.wttd ARTÍCULO ORIGINAL DE INVESTIGACIÓN Writing Times in Three Digit Numerals: Relation between Times and Syntactic Structure of Verbal Expressions Dictated1 Diego Fernando Guerrero2, Mariela Orozco-Hormaza3 Universidad del Valle, Cali (Colombia) Rafael G.
Hurtado4 Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá (Colombia) Received: 23-05-2013 Accepted: 01-06-2014 Abstract Objective.
This study evaluates in three-digit numerals how the writing times between digits (Inter Digit Jump – IDJ) adjust to the predictions deduced from the transcoding models proposed by Power and Dal Martello (1990) and Barrouillet, Camos, Perruchet and Seron (2004), who explain the writing of numerals in children. Method.
The study had the participation of twenty five (25) first grade children who wrote down spoken verbal numerals in three-digit numerals correctly; the duration of the Inter-Digit Jump was analyzed for four types of numerals during the course of four sessions.
Results.
The results of the ANOVAs showed that in the four types of numerals, the duration in the first IDJ is greater than in the second IDJ, and tha...





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