Is Your Brain Wired for Numbers?
Is Your Brain Wired for Numbers?
Our perception of quantity, separate from counting or estimation of magnitude more generally, is foundational to human cognition, according to some neuroscientists.
Is Your Brain Wired for Numbers?
Is Your Brain Wired for Numbers?

Our perception of quantity, separate from counting or estimation of magnitude more generally, is foundational to human cognition, according to some neuroscientists.

Our perception of quantity, separate from counting or estimation of magnitude more generally, is foundational to human cognition, according to some neuroscientists.

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