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Improving Preschoolers' Arithmetic through Number Magnitude Training: The Impact of Non-Symbolic and Symbolic Training.

Bibliographic reference Honoré, Nastasya ; Noël, Marie-Pascale. Improving Preschoolers' Arithmetic through Number Magnitude Training: The Impact of Non-Symbolic and Symbolic Training.. In: PLoS One, Vol. 11, no.11, p. e0166685 (2016)
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