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Visuo-spatial processes as a domain-general factor impacting numerical development in atypical populations

Bibliographic reference Crollen, Virginie ; Collignon, Olivier ; Noël, Marie-Pascale. Visuo-spatial processes as a domain-general factor impacting numerical development in atypical populations. In: Journal of Numerical Cognition, Vol. 3, p. 344-364 (2017)
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