Rekenproject: Ontwikkelingspsychologie
Ben Wilbrink
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Lauren B. Resnick: A developmental theory of number understanding.

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Kurt Van Lehn: On the representation of procedures in repair theory.

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Chapter 7: Implications for developmental psychology. pp. 131150.
Subitizing reflects visuospatial object individuation capacity. Cognition, 121, 147153.
abstract Subitizing is the immediate apprehension of the exact number of items in small sets.
Despite more than a 100 years of research around this phenomenon, its nature and origin
are still unknown. One view posits that it reflects a number estimation process common for
small and large sets, which precision decreases as the number of items increases, according
to Weber’s law. Another view proposes that it reflects a nonnumerical mechanism of
visual indexing of multiple objects in parallel that is limited in capacity. In a previous
research we have gathered evidence against the Weberian estimation hypothesis. Here
we provide first direct evidence for the alternative object indexing hypothesis, and show
that subitizing reflects a domain general mechanism shared with other tasks that require
multiple object individuation.
McCrink, K. & Wynn, K. (2008) Mathematical Reasoning. In Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development. Ed. M. Haith & J. Benson. Vol 2. pp. 280289. pdf download
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