Journal of Numerical Cognition

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Welcome to the Journal of Numerical Cognition (JNC). The main objective of this Journal is to provide a scholarly forum for the focused discussion of research into numerical cognition. The Journal aims to be inclusive, and takes numerical cognition to encompass for example all branches of mathematics (including spatial reasoning), and welcomes research for its quality, regardless of whether its origins are in (Cognitive) Psychology, Education, Anthropology, or other disciplines.

JNC is the official journal of The Mathematical Cognition and Learning Society.

JNC is a free-to-publish, open access and peer-reviewed journal publishing original studies, critical commentaries, theoretical position statements and book reviews relevant to the area. The journal emphasizes scholarship, whilst also seeking to bridge theory and practice. The journal aims to represent the vibrancy and innovation of empirical work and ideas in the field, and showcase the best contemporary research. It seeks to have a worldwide audience, which the open access model facilitates.

JNC aims to facilitate communication not only amongst psychologists but also between psychologists and cognate disciplines. It also encourages dialogue between theory development and practice with respect to understanding numerical cognition. The objective of the journal is to provide readers with access to high-quality professional information, thus stimulating progress throughout the scientific community. Indeed JNC welcomes contributions from researchers and practitioners irrespective of their geographical location.

JNC is indexed in Dimensions, PubPsych, OpenAIRE, DOAJ, BASE, Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, and Genios. JNC is also member of the Free Journal Network.

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Latest issue on Psychology and Mathematics Education

 
Guest Edited by Anderson Norton and Julie Nurnburger Haag,¬†this collection of twelve articles¬†showcases how bridging approaches to research can facilitate an understanding of the learning and teaching of number  
Posted: 2018-06-07
 
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