Chair a symposium in Uruguay

18 Mar 2020

I’m gonna chair a symposium at the I Uruguayan Congress in Cognitive Science & II Symposium on Education, Cognition and Neuroscience about Math in the brain: learning and teaching.

Spatiotemporal dynamics of arithmetic processing in the brain
Pedro Pinheiro-Chagas
Laboratory of Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Stanford University - USA

Sorry, you’ve got the wrong number: The Approximate Number Sense is Related to Error Detection in Symbolic Arithmetic
Darko Odic, Harris Wong
Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia - Canada.

Cerebral and behavioral signatures of the commutative principle of multiplication in 3rd​-graders
Marie Amalric
CAOs Lab, Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University - USA

Training nonsymbolic proportional reasoning in schools
Camilo Gouet
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile - Chile

Relational thinking: An overlooked predictor of math achievement
Ariel Starr, Elena Leib, Jessica Wise Younger, Melina Uncapher, Silvia Bunge, and Project iLEAD Network
Department of Psychology, University of Washington - USA