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Numerical Approximation Correlates With Math Ability

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Spinney, L (2009). Why some people can't put two and two together. New Scientist, 21 January 2009.

Bower, B (2008). Inborn Path to Math. Science News, 27 September 2008.

Angier, N (2008). Gut Instinct's Surprising Role in Math. New York Times, 15 September 2008.

'Number sense' boosts math skills: study. ABC News, 8 September 2008.

Stein, R (2008). How One's 'Number Sense' Helps With Mathematics. Washington Post, 8 September 2008. Also, view photos from this article.

Innate 'number sense' boosts math skills. The Australian, 8 September 2008.

Bowden, R (2008). Link made between innate sense for numbers and maths skill. The Tech Herald, 8 September 2008.

Geddes, L (2008). Good with numbers? It's in your genes. New Scientist, 7 September 2008.

Highfield, R (2008). Toddler maths skills indicates future ability. UK Telegraph, 7 September 2008.

De Chant, T (2008). Take a stab: Estimating math skills by observing estimation. ARS Technica, 7 September 2008.

De Nike, L (2008). As Easy as 1, 2, 3: Number Sense Correlates with Test Scores. Headlines @ Hopkins, 3 September 2008.

Infants Chunk Items To Expand Memory

PNAS"Lisa Feigenson chats with Dr. Timothy Johnson about the lab's recent work demonstrating chunking by 14-month old infants (ABC News)"

Babies use grown-up memory tricks. New Scientist, 19 July 2008.

Even Toddlers Get It: Data 'Chunks' Are Easier To Remember. Science Daily, 20 July 2008.

Infants And Adults Share Similar Memory Systems. TS-Si News Service, 15 July 2008.

Zielinski, J (2008). Babies' memories work best (like adults') in bite-sized chunks. USA Today, Life sciences and health, 14 July 2008.

Moskowitz, C (2008). Babies think like adults. Live Science, 14 July 2008.

Our Work On Sets And Colors Got Some Popular Spin.

PsySci Tracking your team. A TV spot that aired December 2006.

MacGregor HE, (2006). Team colors help us follow the action. LAtimes.com, 10 July 2006.

Mundell EJ, (2006). Brain may be hard-wired to track team sports. HealthDay.com, 6 July 2006.

Emery C, (2006). Team colors are a big part of following the action. Baltimore Sun, 30 June 2006.

Why are uniforms uniform? Softpedia.com, 22 June 2006.

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