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Impaired parietal magnitude processing in developmental dyscalculia
Computer-Assisted Intervention for Children with Low Numeracy Skills
Linguistic and spatial skills predict early arithmetic development via counting sequence knowledge.
- Xiao Zhang, Tuire Koponen, P. Räsänen, K. Aunola, Marja‐Kristiina Lerkkanen, J. Nurmi
- PsychologyChild development
- 1 May 2014
Two studies examined how early linguistic and spatial skills predict later development of arithmetic, and whether counting sequence knowledge mediates these associations, and found that letter knowledge and spatial visualization predicted the level of arithmetic in first grade, and later growth through third grade.
Exposure to Online Hate among Young Social Media Users
Abstract Purpose The prevalence of online hate material is a public concern, but few studies have analyzed the extent to which young people are exposed to such material. This study investigated the…
Development of Counting Skills: Role of Spontaneous Focusing on Numerosity and Subitizing-Based Enumeration
Children differ in how much they spontaneously pay attention to quantitative aspects of their natural environment. We studied how this spontaneous tendency to focus on numerosity (SFON) is related to…
Internal consistency and stability of the CANTAB neuropsychological test battery in children.
The results suggest that the reliability and the stability of computer-based test batteries should be confirmed in the target population before using them for clinical or research purposes.
Preschool Children’s Spontaneous Focusing on Numerosity, Subitizing, and Counting Skills as Predictors of Their Mathematical Performance Seven Years Later at School
This seven-year longitudinal study examined how children’s spontaneous focusing on numerosity (SFON), subitizing based enumeration, and counting skills assessed at five or six years predict their…
Targets of Online Hate: Examining Determinants of Victimization Among Young Finnish Facebook Users
Using a sample of 15- to 18-year-old Finnish Facebook users, this article examines whether the risk of online hate victimization is more likely when youth themselves produced online hate material, visited online sites containing potentially harmful content, and deliberately sought out onlinehate material.
Exposure to Online Hate in Four Nations: A Cross-National Consideration
ABSTRACT There is a considerable amount of hate material online, but the degree to which individuals are exposed to these materials vary. Using samples of youth and young adults from four countries,…