How hints help speed up math performance

Cognitive Daily is an interesting blog that presents articles and posts within the field of cognitive psychology. Yesterday, Dave Munger wrote an interesting post called: How hints help speed up math performance — and what this says about memory. The post is about the following article:

Campbell, J.I., Fuchs-Lacelle, S., Phenix, T.L. (2006). Identical elements model of arithmetic memory: Extension to addition and subtraction. Memory & Cognition, 34(3), 633-647.

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