›› 2000, Vol. 32 ›› Issue (03): 287-291.
Zhou Xinlin; Zhang Meiling(Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 100101)
Students tend to make some mistakes when solving referent unknown compare problems. At present,people explained this phenomenon mainly from the aspects of relational transferring and keyword strategy.This article proposed concept-driving hypothesis, which means related background knowledge achvated by information presented in the text of problems can influence the representation of problems. Four experiments were made upon this hypothesis. The main results were: (1) Students constructed compared quality unknown problems mainly or firstly in the talk of constructing word problems, (2) The different orders of solving compared quality unknown problems and referent unknown problems had different interference between them; (3) The level of processing data would influence the way of concept-driving.In the end of this anicle, the authors discussed about the implication of this research on instruction.
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Zhou Xinlin, Zhang Meiling(Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing 100101). (2000). THE CAUSE OF MISTAKES IN SOLVING REFERENT UNKNOWN COMPARE PROBLEMS. , 32(03), 287-291.
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