Infant Numeracy Spr08 - Infant Numeracy I. Numerical...

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Infant Numeracy I. Numerical Correspondences A. (1983) 1. Intermodal correspondences based on number (7 month olds) a. b. B. Davis, Albert, & Barron (1985) 1. Numerousness Discrimination 2. Subitizing C. Moore, Benenson, Reznick, Peterson, & Kagan (1987) Huttenlocher (1997) 1. Replication of Starkey et al.: -Longer looking times to NON-corresponding array (6-8 m.o.) D. 1. First study -6 month olds surface area 2. Replication --6 month olds distinguish 16 vs. 32 dots, but NOT: 8 vs. 12 16 vs. 24 1 vs. 2 2 vs. 3 --Different systems for representing large & small numbers?
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II. A. Karen Wynn Study 1. Her design 1 + 1 = 2 or 1 (Incorrect trials in green) 2 – 1 = 1 or 2 2. Wynn’s (1992) claims: Humans innately possess the capacity to perform simple arithmetical calculations. ........ Infants possess true numerical concepts: they have access to
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