Non-symbolic and symbolic number and the approximate number system

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44 (2021)
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Abstract

The distinction between non-symbolic and symbolic number is poorly addressed by the authors despite being relevant in numerical cognition, and even more important in light of the proposal that the approximate number system represents rational numbers. Although evidence on non-symbolic number and ratios fits with ANS representations, the case for symbolic number and rational numbers is still open.

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