Minna Hannula-Sormunen
Minna Hannula-Sormunen
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Spontaneous focusing on numerosity and mathematical skills of young children
MM Hannula, E Lehtinen
Learning and Instruction 15 (3), 237-256, 2005
Spontaneous focusing on numerosity as a domain-specific predictor of arithmetical skills
MM Hannula, J Lepola, E Lehtinen
Journal of experimental child psychology 107 (4), 394-406, 2010
Development of counting skills: Role of spontaneous focusing on numerosity and subitizing-based enumeration
MM Hannula, P Räsänen, E Lehtinen
Mathematical thinking and learning 9 (1), 51-57, 2007
Effects of a mathematics game-based learning environment on primary school students' adaptive number knowledge
B Brezovszky, J McMullen, K Veermans, MM Hannula-Sormunen, ...
Computers & Education 128, 63-74, 2019
Preschool Children’s Spontaneous Focusing on Numerosity, Subitizing, and Counting Skills as Predictors of Their Mathematical Performance Seven Years Later at School
MM Hannula-Sormunen, E Lehtinen, P Räsänen
Mathematical Thinking and Learning 17 (2-3), 155-177, 2015
Cognitive neuroscience meets mathematics education
B De Smedt, D Ansari, RH Grabner, M Hannula-Sormunen, M Schneider, ...
Educational research review 6 (3), 232-237, 2011
The role of attention in subitizing
H Railo, M Koivisto, A Revonsuo, MM Hannula
Cognition 107 (1), 82-104, 2008
Cognitive-linguistic skills and motivation as longitudinal predictors of reading and arithmetic achievement: A follow-up study from kindergarten to grade 2
J Lepola, P Niemi, M Kuikka, MM Hannula
International Journal of Educational Research 43 (4), 250-271, 2005
Modeling the developmental trajectories of rational number concept (s)
J McMullen, E Laakkonen, M Hannula-Sormunen, E Lehtinen
Learning and Instruction 37, 14-20, 2015
Does social interaction influence 3-year-old children's tendency to focus on numerosity?
MM Hannula, A Mattinen, E Lehtinen
Powerful environments for promoting deep conceptual and strategic learning, 63, 2005
Spontaneous focusing on numerosity in the development of early mathematical skills
MM Hannula
Annales Universitatis Turkuensis B 282, 2005
Cultivating mathematical skills: From drill-and-practice to deliberate practice
E Lehtinen, M Hannula-Sormunen, J McMullen, H Gruber
ZDM 49, 625-636, 2017
Preschool spontaneous focusing on numerosity predicts rational number conceptual knowledge 6 years later
J McMullen, MM Hannula-Sormunen, E Lehtinen
ZDM 47 (5), 813-824, 2015
Matemaattisten taitojen varhaiskehitys
P Aunio, MM Hannula, P Räsänen
Teoksessa P. Räsänen, P. Kupari, T. Ahonen & P. Malinen (toim.) Matematiikka …, 2004
Kindergartners’ Spontaneous Focusing on Numerosity in Relation to Their Number-Related Utterances During Numerical Picture Book Reading
S Rathé, J Torbeyns, MM Hannula-Sormunen, L Verschaffel
Mathematical Thinking and Learning 18 (2), 125-141, 2016
Challenges in mathematical cognition: A collaboratively-derived research agenda
L Alcock, D Ansari, S Batchelor, MJ Bisson, B De Smedt, C Gilmore, ...
Journal of Numerical Cognition 2 (1), 20-41, 2016
Spontaneous focusing on numerosity and its relation to counting and arithmetic
MM Hannula-Sormunen
Oxford handbook of mathematical cognition. doi 10, 1093, 2014
Spontaneous Focusing on Quantitative Relations in the Development of Children's Fraction Knowledge
J McMullen, MM Hannula-Sormunen, E Lehtinen
Cognition and Instruction 32 (2), 198-218, 2014
The development of situational interest during a digital mathematics game
G Rodríguez‐Aflecht, T Jaakkola, N Pongsakdi, M Hannula‐Sormunen, ...
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 34 (3), 259-268, 2018
Spontaneous focusing on quantitative relations as a predictor of the development of rational number conceptual knowledge.
J McMullen, MM Hannula-Sormunen, E Laakkonen, E Lehtinen
Journal of Educational Psychology 108 (6), 857, 2016
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