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French preschool and primary teachers' attitude towards finger counting
2023/11. , 241 p. 104079. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Neural evidence for procedural automatization during cognitive development: Intraparietal response to changes in very-small addition problem-size increases with age
2023/10. p. 101310. Peer-reviewed., , , , , ,
Acquisition of new arithmetic skills based on prior arithmetic skills: A cross‐sectional study in primary school from grade 2 to grade 5
2023/09. , 93 (3) pp. 727-741. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Raw eye tracking data of healthy adults reading aloud words, pseudowords and numerals
2023/08. , 49 p. 109360., , , , , , , ,
The development of simple addition problem solving in children: Reliance on automatized counting or memory retrieval depends on both expertise and problem size
2023/06. , 234 p. 105710. Peer-reviewed., , , ,
An insect brain organizes numbers on a left-to-right mental number line
2022/11. , 119 (44). Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Individual Differences in the Evolution of Counting.
2022/03. , 69 (2) pp. 75-82. Peer-reviewed., ,
The Evolution of Finger Counting between Kindergarten and Grade 2.
2022/01/20. , 9 (2). Peer-reviewed., , , ,
Automatization through Practice: The Opportunistic-Stopping Phenomenon Called into Question.
2021/12. , 45 (12) pp. e13074. Peer-reviewed., , ,
Priming effects of arithmetic signs in 10‐ to 15‐year‐old children
2021/01/11. . Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
Developmental changes in size effects for simple tie and non-tie addition problems in 6- to 12-year-old children and adults.
2021/01. , 201 p. 104987. Peer-reviewed., , , , ,
An investigation of the possible causes of arithmetic difficulties in children with dyscalculia
2021. ., , , , , , ,
Learning to run the number line: the development of attentional shifts during single-digit arithmetic.
2020/10. , 1477 (1) pp. 79-90. Peer-reviewed., , , , , , , ,
Are small additions solved by direct retrieval from memory or automated counting procedures? A rejoinder to Chen and Campbell (2018)
2020/09/23. ., ,
The use of automated procedures by older adults with high arithmetic skills during addition problem solving.
2020/05. , 35 (3) pp. 411-420., , , , , ,
Scrutinizing patterns of solution times in alphabet-arithmetic tasks favors counting over retrieval models
2020/03/18. ., , , , ,
Analyzing arithmetic word problem solving difficulties in middle school students
2020. , 120 (4) pp. 271-296., , , , ,
Arithmetic word problems describing discrete quantities: E.E.G evidence for the construction of a situation model
2018/10. , 190 pp. 116-121., , , , ,
Frequency of finger looking during finger counting is related to children's working memory capacities
2018/08/18. , 30 (5-6) pp. 503-510., , , ,
Dexterity and Finger Sense: A Possible Dissociation in Children With Cerebral Palsy
2018/08. , 125 (4) pp. 718-731., , ,
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To count or not to count, that's the question
Université de Lausanne, Faculté des sciences sociales et politiques, Thevenot Catherine (dir.).,