Non-abstract numerical representations in the IPS: further support, challenges, and clarifications

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (3-4):356-373 (2009)
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The commentators have raised many pertinent points that allow us to refine and clarify our view. We classify our response comments into seven sections: automaticity; developmental and educational questions; priming; multiple representations or multiple access(?); terminology; methodological advances; and simulated cognition and numerical cognition. We conclude that the default numerical representations are not abstract



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