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Transcodage des nombres chez l'enfant : approche développementale, inter-linguistique et différentielle

Abstract : Number transcoding in children is a domain rarely investigated. The PhD goal is to test the main predictions allowed by the transcoding model “ADAPT” of Barrouillet et al. (2004) in particular its ADAPTBASIC version concerning transcoding at the beginning of learning. Unlike the other transcoding models (e.g., McCloskey on 1992), ADAPT is a developmental, asemantic and procedural model. In this research the concerned transcoding allows to shift the verbal form of number to Arabic form. This thesis questions the acquisition of transcoding and its development with learning, as well as the impact of the inter-linguistic and individual differences. To reach these objectives, we adopted a developmental approach in which we explored number transcoding in French children at the beginning of school learning by means of a number dictation. Then we adopted a longitudinal approach to follow the acquisition of the transcoding system and its rules. In an inter-linguistic approach, we compared the results obtained in French children with the results obtained in German and Syrian children. Finally, we evaluated the impact of individual differences in memory capacities on number transcoding. The results constitute a contribution in this domain and allow to understand that the transcoding is a process which develops under the influence of individual and linguistic differences
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Lana Saad. Transcodage des nombres chez l'enfant : approche développementale, inter-linguistique et différentielle. Psychologie. Université de Bourgogne, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010DIJOL005⟩. ⟨tel-00567653⟩



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