Neighborhood consistency in mental arithmetic: Behavioral and ERP evidence

  title={Neighborhood consistency in mental arithmetic: Behavioral and ERP evidence},
  author={Frank Domahs and Ulrike Domahs and Matthias Schlesewsky and Elie Ratinckx and Tom Verguts and Klaus Willmes and Hans-Christoph Nuerk},
  journal={Behavioral and Brain Functions : BBF},
  pages={66 - 66}
Recent cognitive and computational models (e.g. the Interacting Neighbors Model) state that in simple multiplication decade and unit digits of the candidate answers (including the correct result) are represented separately. Thus, these models challenge holistic views of number representation as well as traditional accounts of the classical problem size effect in simple arithmetic (i.e. the finding that large problems are answered slower and less accurate than small problems). Empirical data… CONTINUE READING

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