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Scholarly Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

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Neuroimaging Contributions to the Understanding of Neuropsychological Cognitive Processing for Numeracy and Mathematics

Volume 3 - Issue 4

John Gountas1* and Marcela Moraes2

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    • 1Department of neurology, Notre Dame University, Australia
    • 2Department of neurology, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

    *Corresponding author: John Gountas, Department of neurology, Notre Dame University, Fremantle, WA, Australia

Received: January 06, 2020;   Published: January 22, 2020

DOI: 10.32474/SJPBS.2020.03.000166

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Numerical and mathematical processing skills has a long history from the ancient classical Greeks Plato, Aristotle Frank, Mendel [1] to the birth of modern psychology, with John Dewey [2], Conant [3], O’Shea [4], suggesting that children learn numerical concepts by reinforcement, not in an abstract way, by identifying similarities, differences of empirical individual units, forming general concepts. This essay follows through the recent evolution of neuroimaging studies debate, sets the theoretical context of three dominant theories that influenced the context of research tools/methods; and how neuroscientific research has contributed uniquely to the understanding of numerosity.

Introduction| Numeracy Importance| Theories and Neuroimaging| Future Directions| Educational Implications| References|


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