Developmental dyscalculia is related to visuo-spatial memory and inhibition impairment☆

@inproceedings{Szcs2013DevelopmentalDI,
  title={Developmental dyscalculia is related to visuo-spatial memory and inhibition impairment☆},
  author={D{\'e}nes Szűcs and Amy Devine and Fruzsina Solt{\'e}sz and Alison Nobes and Florence C. Gabriel},
  booktitle={Cortex},
  year={2013}
}
Developmental dyscalculia is thought to be a specific impairment of mathematics ability. Currently dominant cognitive neuroscience theories of developmental dyscalculia suggest that it originates from the impairment of the magnitude representation of the human brain, residing in the intraparietal sulcus, or from impaired connections between number symbols and the magnitude representation. However, behavioral research offers several alternative theories for developmental dyscalculia and neuro… CONTINUE READING
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