Infants Show Ratio-dependent Number Discrimination Regardless of Set Size.

@article{Starr2013InfantsSR,
  title={Infants Show Ratio-dependent Number Discrimination Regardless of Set Size.},
  author={Ariel Starr and Melissa E. Libertus and Elizabeth M. Brannon},
  journal={Infancy : the official journal of the International Society on Infant Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={18 6}
}
Evidence for approximate number system (ANS) representations in infancy is robust but has typically only been found when infants are presented with arrays of four or more elements. In addition, several studies have found that infants fail to discriminate between small numbers when continuous variables such as surface area and contour length are controlled. These findings suggest that under some circumstances, infants fail to recruit either the ANS or object file representations for small sets… CONTINUE READING

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