Numerical cognition: Unitary or diversified system(s)?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44 (2021)
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Many researchers, including Clarke and Beck, describe the human numerical system as unitary. We offer an alternative view – the coexistence of several systems; namely, multiple systems existing in parallel, ready to be activated depending on the task/need. Based on this alternative view, we present an account for the representation of rational numbers.



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