The Mathematical Brain Across the Lifespan, Vol 227. Progress in Brain Research

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  • Book
  • 416 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The Mathematical Brain Across the Lifespan is the latest volume in the Progress in Brain Research series that focuses on new trends and developments. This established international series examines major areas of basic and clinical research within the neurosciences, as well as popular and emerging subfields.

- Provides a comprehensive review of the most recent progress in the mathematical brain across the lifespan- Explores new trends and developments in the field- Enhances the literature of neuroscience by further expanding the established, ongoing international series Progress in Brain Research
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1. Core mathematical abilities in infants: number and much more

  Maria Dolores de Hevia

2. Cognitive and Brain Systems Underlying Early Mathematical Development

  David Geary

3. Individual differences in children's mathematics achievement: the roles of symbolic processing and domain-general cognitive functions

  Bert De Smedt

4. Foundations of mathematical abilities
towards understanding the neural coding of number in the human brain

  Evelyn Eger

5. Similarity interference in learning and retrieving arithmetic facts

  Alice De Visscher and Marie-Pascale Noël

6. Neurocomputational foundations of core mathematical abilities

  Marco Zorzi

7. The Number Interval Position Effect (NIPE) in the bisection of the mental number line reveals the nonlinear compressed scaling of numerical information: evidence from children, healthy adults and right brain damaged patients

  Fabrizio Doricchi

8. Strategic variations with age during arithmetic problem solving: The role of executive control

  Patrick Lemaire

9. Evolutionary basis of arithmetical abilities

  Brian Butterworth

10. Memory and cognitive control systems and circuits in mathematical cognition and learning

  Vinod Menon

11. Brain stimulation and mathematical training: The contribution of core and non-core skills

  Chung Yen Looi and Roi Cohen Kadosh

12. What causes dyscalculia? The core number module impairment hypothesis

  Manuela Piazza

13. Working memory disruption in developmental dyscalculia

  Denes Szucs

14. Ordinality and the Number Symbol System: Evidence from brain and behaviour

  Daniel Ansari

15. The relationship between core cognitive abilities and early numeracy

  Daniel C. Hyde
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