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For over thirty years, statistical education has fought for a "pedagogy of proximity." But if this seems to bring greater success, it does not guarantee the understanding of statistical concepts. An analysis of an experiment by Gattuso & Mary (2003, 2005), and an observational study made by the author, highlight the phenomenon of "cognitive isolation." This underlines the importance of the learners' views of statistics. The work of Reid and Petocz (2002) corroborates this and provides moredoi:10.52041/serj.v9i2.378 fatcat:ywbvkotybbbp7mxhepuypgoanu