Mathematical learning: New perspectives and challenges

Mathematical learning: New perspectives and challenges

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  • Shen C., Miele D. B., Vasilyeva M. (2016). The relation between college students’ academic mindsets and their persistence during math problem solving. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 9(3), 38-56.
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  • Egorova M. S., Chertkova Y. D. (2016). Sex differences in mathematical achievement: Grades, national test, and self-confidence. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 9(3), 4-23.
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