Carol Bilbrey

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Transfer-appropriate processing (TAP), as applied to implicit memory, has tended to emphasize general forms of processing (e.g., perceptual or conceptual processing). In the present studies, the TAP principle was employed in a more specific manner in order to more precisely assess the relations between the processing engaged during first exposure and that(More)
Subitizing is thought to be an important precursor to mathematical development in young children. However, evidence for this relationship is sparse. This study examined the relationship between subitizing range and mathematical performance in kindergarten-aged children. The large sample included typically-developing children from urban backgrounds. Findings(More)
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