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Special Issue: Spatialization

Edited by

Alessandro Guida (University of Rennes 2)

Special Issue: Spatialization

Published: October 2020

Volume 1477

Published since 1824, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences is the Academy’s premier scientific publication.

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The spatial–numerical association of response codes effect and math skills: why related?

Krzysztof Cipora, Yunfeng He, Hans‐Christoph Nuerk



About the interplay between internal and external spatial codes in the mind: implications for serial order

Alessandro Guida, Elger Abrahamse, Jean‐Philippe van Dijck


Hemispheric specialization in spatial versus ordinal processing in the day‐old domestic chick (Gallus gallus)

Rosa Rugani, Lucia Regolin


A biological foundation for spatial–numerical associations: the brain's asymmetric frequency tuning

Arianna Felisatti, Jochen Laubrock, Samuel Shaki, Martin H. Fischer


The development of working memory spatialization revealed by using the cave paradigm in a two‐alternative spatial choice

Alessandro Guida, Michaël Fartoukh, Fabien Mathy


A left visual advantage for quantity processing in neonates

Koleen McCrink, Ludovica Veggiotti, Maria Dolores de Hevia


Learning to run the number line: the development of attentional shifts during single‐digit arithmetic

Andrea Díaz‐Barriga Yáñez, Auriane Couderc, Léa Longo, Annabelle Merchie, Hanna Chesnokova, Emma Langlois, Catherine Thevenot, Jérôme Prado


Do preliterate children spontaneously employ spatial coding for serial order in working memory?

Jean‐Philippe van Dijck, Elger Abrahamse, Wim Fias


Visuospatial bootstrapping: spatialized displays enhance digit and nonword sequence learning

Stephen Darling, Jelena Havelka, Richard J. Allen, Elle Bunyan, Lise Flornes


Spatialization in working memory: can individuals reverse the cultural direction of their thoughts?

Alessandro Guida, Francis Mosinski, Krzysztof Cipora, Fabien Mathy, Yvonnick Noël