Body-environment interaction in the development of infant number sense

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  • Body-environment interaction in the development of infant number sense
  • Supervisie: Kroesbergen, E.H., Volman, M.J.M., Leseman, P.P.M, & Jongmans, M.J.
  • 2009-2014
  • Utrecht University: Langeveld Institute Educational Learning Sciences


The proposed study focuses on the development in infancy of number sense as an early precursor and predictor of mathematical ability. Although several studies have shown that a rudimentary number sense is already present in infants as young as four months of age, the theoretical understanding is far from clear. The present study will investigate how early number sense in early childhood develops, and which factors may influence this development. Following the embodied cognition approach, we will examine in detail the relationships between locomotor development, spatial exploration behaviour, spatial cognition, and number sense in infancy and early childhood.


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