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Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation

(2008) PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 84(2). p.132-147
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KADOSH, RC, et al. “Are Numbers Special? An Overview of Chronometric, Neuroimaging, Developmental and Comparative Studies of Magnitude Representation.” PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY, vol. 84, no. 2, 2008, pp. 132–47.
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KADOSH, R., Lammertyn, J., & IZARD, V. (2008). Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation. PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY, 84(2), 132–147.
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KADOSH, RC, Jan Lammertyn, and V IZARD. 2008. “Are Numbers Special? An Overview of Chronometric, Neuroimaging, Developmental and Comparative Studies of Magnitude Representation.” PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY 84 (2): 132–47.
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KADOSH, RC, Jan Lammertyn, and V IZARD. 2008. “Are Numbers Special? An Overview of Chronometric, Neuroimaging, Developmental and Comparative Studies of Magnitude Representation.” PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY 84 (2): 132–147.
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KADOSH R, Lammertyn J, IZARD V. Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation. PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY. 2008;84(2):132–47.
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R. KADOSH, J. Lammertyn, and V. IZARD, “Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation,” PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY, vol. 84, no. 2, pp. 132–147, 2008.
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  number       = {{2}},
  pages        = {{132--147}},
  title        = {{Are numbers special? An overview of chronometric, neuroimaging, developmental and comparative studies of magnitude representation}},
  volume       = {{84}},
  year         = {{2008}},
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