Appearances may not be deceiving: calculation deficits due to a brain structure abnormality in neurologically normal children.

Calculation is an essential function learned in childhood that humans use in everyday life for many purposes. Calculation deficits typically occur in adults after left parietal lobe lesions (Grafman et al., 1982). Historical evidence suggested that, more specifically, the region of the left angular gyrus was crucial for the mediation of calculation, but… CONTINUE READING