Cognitive Science 41 (8):2275-2279 (2017)

Núñez and Fias raised concerns on whether our results demonstrate a linear number-space mapping. Patro and Nuerk urge caution on the use of animal models to understand the origin of the orientation of spatial–numerical association. Here, we discuss why both objections are unfounded.
Keywords Domestic chicks  Mental number line  Number cognition  Spatial cognition  Spatial–numerical association
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DOI 10.1111/cogs.12523
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