Some assumptions and facts about arithmetic facts

@inproceedings{Domahs2005SomeAA,
  title={Some assumptions and facts about arithmetic facts},
  author={Frank Domahs and Margarete Delazer},
  year={2005}
}
In the present review we will deal with the following questions: What are arithmetic facts? How are they related to other cognitive functions? What are characteristic features of fact retrieval performance in healthy adult subjects? Which typical patterns of breakdown can be observed in acalculia? How do current models account for the representation of and access to arithmetic facts? 

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