Subtraction by addition by ProQuest

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									Memory & Cognition
2008, 36 (6), 1094-1102
doi: 10.3758/MC.36.6.1094




                                          Subtraction by addition
                                                         Jamie i. D. Campbell
                                     University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

                University students’ self-reports indicate that they often solve basic subtraction problems (13  6 5 ?) by
             reference to the corresponding addition problem (6 1 7 5 13; therefore, 13  6 5 7). In this case, solution
             latency should be faster with subtraction problems presented in addition format (6 1 _
								
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