이영주Young Joo Lee,전평국Pyung KooK Jeon

DOI: JANT Vol.2(No.2) 113-131, 1998

The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships among affective characteristics, mathematical problem-solving abilities, and reasoning abilities of the 6th graders for mathematics, and to analyze whether the relationships have any differences according to the regions, which the subjects live. The results are as follows: First, self-awareness is the most important factor which is related mathematical problem-solving abilities and reasoning abilities, and learning habit and deductive reasoning ability have the most strong relationships. Second, for the relationships between problem-solving abilities and reasoning abilities, inductive reasoning ability is more related to problem-solving ability than deductive reasoning ability. Third, for the regions, there is a significant difference between mathematical abilities and deductive reasoning abilities of the subjects.