Can developmental disorders provide evidence for two systems of number computation in humans?

Abstract

Typically developing 6-month-olds can discriminate between small and large numerosities. Discrimination between small numbers is only possible in young infants when variables continuous with number (e.g. area or circumference) are also present in the display. However, they succeed on large number discrimination even when such variables are controlled for… (More)

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@article{Herwegen2007CanDD, title={Can developmental disorders provide evidence for two systems of number computation in humans?}, author={Jo Van Herwegen and Davood Ansari and Fei Xu and Annette Karmiloff-Smith}, journal={2007 IEEE 6th International Conference on Development and Learning}, year={2007}, pages={43-47} }