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Differential language effects on numerical skills in second grade

Bibliographic reference Krinzinger, Helga ; Grégoire, Jacques ; Desoete, Annemie ; Kaufmann, Liane ; Nuerk, Hans-Christoph ; et. al. Differential language effects on numerical skills in second grade. In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Vol. 42, no.4, p. 614-629 (2011)
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