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  • Embodied Magnitude Processing: On the Relation Between the SNARC Effect and Perceived Reachability

    Nadine Koch, Johannes Lohmann, Martin V. Butz, Hans-Christoph Nuerk
  • The Real Preschoolers of Orange County: Early Number Learning in a Diverse Group of Children

    Barbara W. Sarnecka, James Negen, Nicole R. Scalise, Meghan Goldman, Jeffrey N. Rouder
  • Shaping negative numbers – Arrows activate spatial-numerical associations in negative numbers, but small and large objects do not

    Melinda Mende
  • The correlates of statistics anxiety: Relationships with spatial anxiety, mathematics anxiety and gender

    Rose-Marie Gibeau, Erin Maloney, Sébastien Béland, Daniel Lalande, Michael Cantinotti, Alexandre Williot, Lucile Chanquoy, Jessica Simon, Marie-Aude Boislard-Pépin, Denis Cousineau
  • Approximate arithmetic leads to feedback-resistant spatial biases but does not affect lateralized target detection

    Maria Glaser, André Knops
  • The Effects of Operator Position and Superfluous Brackets on Student Performance in Simple Arithmetic

    Vy Ngo, Luisa Perez-Lacera, Erin R Ottmar, Avery Closser
  • The relation between math anxiety and play behaviors in 4- to 6-year-old children

    Mary DePascale
  • The Role of Basic Number Processing in High Mathematics Achievement in Primary School

    Merel Bakker
  • The Development and Assessment of Early Cardinal-Number Concepts

    Arthur Baroody, Kelly Mix, Gamze Kartal, Meng-lung Lai
  • Does spontaneous focus on relations predict conceptual knowledge of negative numbers?

    Richard Prather