Neuropsychological models, diagnosis, treatment
Trim size in cm: 15x21
Publication date: 01/11/2017
Based on proven scientific evidence, this volume aims to shed light on the most complex aspects of evolutionary dyscalculia and calculation difficulties in general, analyzing the patterns underlying the disorder, the latest theories, diagnostic tools and evidence-based rehabilitation techniques.
Geared towards researchers, clinicians, rehabilitators, as well as teachers and parents, Calculation and Number Disorders offers a tool for reflection on and analysis of the development of numerical and arithmetic skills in childhood, providing an updated overview of current theoretical knowledge and possible applications in clinical and rehabilitative practice.
Evolutionary dyscalculia between research and the clinic: current perspectives and future priorities
Typical and atypical developmental trajectories of basic numerical skills
Evolutionary dyscalculia: a comparison of theories and perspectives
Identification of evolutionary dyscalculia: theoretical models and cultural and normative references
Enabling number and calculation skills