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Second, conditional Hierarchical Linear Modeling analyses were performed to investigate the extent to which study features moderated the effect sizes using HLM moderator analyses (Kalaian & Kasim, 2008; Raudenbush & Bryk, 2002). As Cobb et al. (1991) suggested, the purpose for engaging in problem solving is not just to solve specific problems, but to 'encourage the interiorization and reorganization of the involved schemes as a result of the activity' (p.187).

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