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Basic and Exceptional Calculation Abilities in a Calculating Prodigy: A Case Study

Bibliographic reference Pesenti, Mauro ; Seron, Xavier ; Samson, Dana ; Duroux, Bruno. Basic and Exceptional Calculation Abilities in a Calculating Prodigy: A Case Study. In: Mathematical Cognition, Vol. 5, no.2, p. 97-148 (1999)
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