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by Stanislas Dehaene , Service Hospitalier , Frédéric Joliot , Place Du Général Leclerc
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402 The Organization of Learning – C Gallistel - 1990
135 Sources of mathematical thinking: Behavioral and brain-imaging evidence. Science 284: 970–974 – S Dehaene, E Spelke, P Pinel, R Stanescu, S Tsivkin - 1999
47 Number versus contour length in infants’ discrimination of small sets – M W Clearfield, K S Mix - 1999
120 Preverbal and verbal counting and computation – R Gallistel, C Gelman - 1992
102 Addition and subtraction in human infants – K Wynn - 1992
38 Spontaneous number representation in semi-free-ranging rhesus monkeys – Marc D. Hauser, Susan Carey, Lilan B. Hauser - 2000
85 Why are small and large numbers enumerated differently? A limited-capacity preattentive stage in vision – L M Trick, Z W Phylyshyn - 1994
60 Children’s understanding of counting – K Wynn - 1990
35 Reconceptualizing the origins of number knowledge: a “nonnumerical” account – T J Simon - 1997
45 Infants' Discrimination of Number vs. Continuous Extent – Lisa Feigenson, Susan Carey, E. Spelke - 2002
49 Ordering of the numerosities 1 to 9 by monkeys – E M Brannon, H S Terrace - 1998
45 Perception of numbers by human infants – P Starkey, R G Cooper - 1980
56 Non-Verbal Counting in Humans: The Psychophysics of Number Representation – John Whalen, C. R. Gallistel, Rochel Gelman - 1999
61 Cerebral pathway for calculation: Double dissociation between rote verbal and quantitative knowledge of arithmetic – S Dehaene, L Cohen - 1997
16 Subitizing: Magical numbers or mere superstition – J D Balakrishnan, F G Ashby - 1992
47 Brain mechanisms of quantity are similar in 5-year-old children and adults – E Temple, Posner MI - 1998
43 Variability signatures distinguish verbal from non-verbal counting—even in the small number range – S Cordes, R Gelman, C R Gallistel, J Whalen - 1990
41 The organization of brain activations in number comparison: event-related potentials and the additive-factors methods – S Dehaene - 1996
29 Psychological foundations of number: Numerical competence in human infants. Trends in Cognitive Sciences – K Wynn - 1998