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Development of SNARC and distance effects and their relation to mathematical and visuospatial abilities. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 150, 301-313 (2016).
Classification: C42 F32 F22 C32
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The underlying number-space mapping among kindergarteners and its relation with early numerical abilities. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 148, 35-50 (2016).
Classification: F21 C31 C41
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Spatial and numerical processing in children with high and low visuospatial abilities. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 132, 84-98 (2015).
Classification: F32 F22 C42 C32
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Developing number-space associations: SNARC effects using a color discrimination task in 5-year-olds. (English)
J. Exp. Child Psychol. 116, No. 4, 775-791 (2013).
Classification: F21
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Predilection or preconception? A reply to Treccani and Umiltà. (English)
Brain Cogn. 75, No. 3, 316-318 (2011).
Classification: C30 F20
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How to cook a SNARC? Space may be the critical ingredient, after all: a comment on Fischer, Mills, and Shaki (2010). (English)
Brain Cogn. 75, No. 3, 310-315 (2011).
Classification: C30 F20
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The mental representation of integers: an abstract-to-concrete shift in the understanding of mathematical concepts. (English)
Cognition 121, No. 3, 363-385 (2011).
Classification: F40 C30
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A working memory account for spatial-numerical associations. (English)
Cognition 119, No. 1, 114-119 (2011).
Classification: F20 C30
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Verbal-spatial and visuospatial coding of number-space interactions. (English)
J. Exp. Psychol.: Gen. 139, No. 1, 180-190 (2010).
Classification: C30 C80
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Numbers are associated with different types of spatial information depending on the task. (English)
Cognition 113, No. 2, 248-253 (2009).
Classification: F20 C30
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Transfer of magnitude and spatial mappings to the SNARC effect for parity judgments. (English)
J. Exp. Psychol.: Learn. Mem. Cogn. 35, No. 6, 1506-1521 (2009).
Classification: C30 C80
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Mental movements without magnitude? A study of spatial biases in symbolic arithmetic. (English)
Cognition 109, No. 3, 408-415 (2008).
Classification: F30 C30
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Attentional SNARC: there’s something special about numbers (let us count the ways). (English)
Cognition 108, No. 3, 810-818 (2008).
Classification: F20 F30 C30
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Reading space into numbers ‒ a cross-linguistic comparison of the SNARC effect. (English)
Cognition 108, No. 2, 590-599 (2008).
Classification: F20 F30 C50 C30
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The SNARC effect does not imply a mental number line. (English)
Cognition 108, No. 1, 263-270 (2008).
Classification: F20 F30 C30
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Holistic or compositional representation of two-digit numbers? Evidence from the distance, magnitude, and SNARC effects in a number-matching task. (English)
Cognition 106, No. 3, 1525-1536 (2008).
Classification: F20 F30 C30
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Flexible spatial mapping of different notations of numbers in Chinese readers. (English)
Cognition 106, No. 3, 1441-1450 (2008).
Classification: F20 C50 C30
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Visuospatial priming of the mental number line. (English)
Cognition 106, No. 2, 770-779 (2008).
Classification: F20 F30 C30
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