Field dependence-independence mediates the association between visual perception and mathematics. A cross-sectional study in children and preadolescents.
It is now online the final published version of the Article “Field dependence-independence mediates the association between visual perception and mathematics. A cross-sectional study in children and preadolescents.” by Francesca Vecchione, Marco Giancola, Massimiliano Palmiero, Maddalena Boccia, Simonetta D’Amico and Laura Piccardi published in European Journal of Developmental Psychology. In the present study we found that field-dependent/independent cognitive style (FDI) mediated the relaon between visual-percepon skills and mathemacs specifically during preadolescence, enhancing the posive correlaon between variables. In addion to the theorecal advances, the results of the present study may have an educational impact.

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