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Kevin Peter Muldoon

Dr

  • EH14 4AS

    United Kingdom

20032015

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Research interests

Kevin’s research interests focus on the development of numerical understanding in the pre-school and early school years. A recent collaboration with Nankai University on numerical estimating has yielded valuable insights into the impact that culturally different teaching practices have on formative numeracy, and ongoing work on differences in early conceptualisations of number between Asia and Europe will further this line of work.  Kevin is also particularly interested in an often-overlooked route into numerical understanding: sharing.  

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Research Output

Figuring out children's number representations: Lessons from cross-cultural work

Towse, J., Muldoon, K. P. & Simms, V., 2015, The Oxford Handbook of Numerical Cognition. Cohen Kadosh, R. & Dowker, A. (eds.). Oxford University Press, p. 402-414 13 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

  • Plane Thinking: Mental Representations in number line estimation as a function of orientation, scale and counting proficiency

    Simms, V. R., Muldoon, K. P. & Towse, J., Jul 2013, In : Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 115, 3, p. 468-480 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    A longitudinal analysis of estimation, counting skills, and mathematical ability across the first school year

    Muldoon, K. P., Towse, J., Simms, V., Perra, O. & Menzies, V., Apr 2012, In : Developmental Psychology. 49, 2, p. 250-257

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Cross-cultural comparisons of 5-year-olds' estimating and mathematical ability

    Muldoon, K., Simms, V., Towse, J., Menzies, V. & Yue, G., May 2011, In : Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 42, 4, p. 669-681 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Why set-comparison is vital in early number learning

    Muldoon, K., Lewis, C. & Freeman, N., May 2009, In : Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 13, 5, p. 203-208 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle