Integrative Use of Qualitative & Quantitative Knowledge in Physics Problem Solving (European University Studies: Series 6: Psychology, V. 483)

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Very often, efficient problem solving depends on the ability to construct, to shift between, and to coordinate different mental problem representations. The cognitive simulation program Sepia has been developed to investigate the complementary roles qualitative and quantitative mental domain representations play in physics problem solving. It reconstructs characteristic differences in the problem solving behavior of those subjects who coordinate their qualitative and quantitative physics knowledge and those subjects who do ...

Integrative Use of Qualitative & Quantitative Knowledge in Physics Problem Solving (European University Studies: Series 6: Psychology, V. 483) 1994, Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt

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