Chain of signification

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==References==
==References==
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* Chain_of_signification (dutch)

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Making a connection between concept and actual reasoning and manipulating during problem solving. This exchange between concept and reasoning is build up from small steps and gives a chain that is important in recognizing and solving the problem.

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