Queen's University Belfast (Ireland) - Dr Kinga Morsanyi - Prevalence of Dyscalculia (2018).
Campus News: Are you Math Learning Disabled? -interview with David Geary (Oct. 12, 2018).
South China Morning Post: Dyscalculia in the Classroom (Oct. 22, 2018).
Maryland: Frederick Public Schools Address Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, & Dysgraphia (10-2-18).
Dyscalculia: Why maths doesn’t add up for some of us by Carl O'Brien (Irish Times, 09-15-18).
Early Warning Signs of Dyscalculia by Dr. Daniel Ansari (ADDitude Magazine, 10-28-18)
Medical College India Move to Set Higher Bar for Disabilities (Outlook India, 11-29-18)
Blackwell's APP makes learning math and music easier and faster (EIN Newsdesk, 11-12-18)
Dyslexia and Dyscalculia: When words and numbers don't stick (HeraldNet, Washington, 10-30-18)
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel) and Univ. of Western Ontario (Canada). New theory debunks consensus that math abilities are innate. (Nov. 1, 2016) Science Daily.
From ‘sense of number’ to ‘sense of magnitude’ – The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition. Tali Leibovich, Naama Katzin, Maayan Harel, Avishai Henik. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2016.
Beersheba and Ontario researchers study ways to help children learn math. (Nov. 2, 2016) The Jerusalem Post.
Stanford University & Georgetown U.: Dysfunction of Procedural Memory Leads to Dyscalculia (Sept. 13, 2016).
What is Dyscalculia: Why Some Kids Struggle with Maths While Doing Well at Other Subjects? (Univ. of Cambridge, 2016).
What are the causes of Developmental Dyscalculia? (Univ. of Cambridge, 2016).
Working Memory impairments affect differently both suffers of math anxiety (an emotional condition) and dyscalculia (a cognitive condition). The dyscalculia group showed visual-spatial working memory impairment, the math anxiety group showed more impairment in verbal working memory, but also showed impairment in visual-spatial tasks with a high cognitive load (ex. many objects to memorize). This supports that anxiety can use up working memory resources and contribute to poor math performance. THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, England, UK | Center for Neuroscience and Education (April 15, 2016).
Spatial Reasoningl Skills in Babies Predict Math Ability (Emory University, Aug. 2016, Psychological Science).
How to Treat the Symptoms of Dyscalculia. ADDitude Magazine (11-2-2016).
What is Dyscalculia? ADDitude Magazine (10-31-2016).
Dyscalculia in Higher Education by Simon Drew, Loughborough University, England, UK
ICT Based Screening Tools and Etiology of Dyscalculia, by A Drigas, Greece, 2015
Brian Injury Results in Math Genius by DISCOVERY (May 6, 2014).
Numerical Magnitude Representation in Children With Mathematical Difficulties... - spatial numerical association of response codes (SNARC), flanker, and numerical distance effects (2014)
How Can a Smart Kid be so Bad at Math? (July/Aug 2013) DISCOVER MAGAZINE.
Number Games NATURE MAGAZINE (January 10, 2013) Brian Butterworth's quest to understand dyscalculia.
Number Games Aid People with Dyscalculia (1-9-13) SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE.
DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) contains a new LEARNING DISABILITIES category under neurodevelopmental disorders which includes dyscalculia (math) and dyslexia (reading) disabilities. (5-13).
Vanderbilt University: $10M grant for center to boost outcomes for children w/ learning disabilities (8-27-13).
Dyscalculia: Characteristics, Causes & Treatments by Gavin Price, Vanderbilt University
Stanford University: Study on which kids benefit from math tutoring (5-4-13).
Dyscalculia from a developmental and differential perspective. Academics discuss diagnosis. (2013).
Can’t Do Math? How the Brain Makes Tradeoffs in Favoring Some Skills Over Others. By Maia Szalavitz, Neuroscience Journalist. Time Magazine (3-7-13).
University of Chicago: Math Worry = Brain Feels Pain. By William Harms. Researcher, Sian Beilock (10-31-12).
Math Ability Requires Crosswalk in the Brain. (8-29-12) A new study by researchers at UT Dallas’ Center for Vital Longevity, Duke University, and the University of Michigan has found that the strength of communication between the left and right hemispheres of the brain predicts performance on basic arithmetic problems. The findings shed light on the neural basis of human math abilities and suggest a possible route to aiding those who suffer from dyscalculia– an inability to understand and manipulate numbers.
Stanford University: Math vs. Memory. (9-3-12).
Math Disorder, 'Dyscalculia,' Affects 7% of Students. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (5-21-12).
A case study of arithmetic facts dyscalculia caused by a hypersensitivity-to-interference in memory by De Visscher, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium (2012)
Don't get math? Researchers identify parietal cortex. By Sharon Noguchi Silicon Valley Mercury News (10-3-11).
Dyslexic Medical Student wins Accommodations on National Exam (2-25-11) The Disability Rights Section of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (US) reached a settlement with the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) requiring reasonable testing accommodations to persons with disabilities and score reporting the same as for others who receive accommodations.
Dyscalculia-Math Dyslexia by Helen Daly in the Dallas Examiner (3-8-11).
Dyscalculia: What is its prevalence? Research evidence from case studies by Robert Peard, 2010
Dyscalculia: Implications for Higher Education by A Doyle, Univ. of Dublin, 2010
Dyscalculia Primer and Resource Guide, by Anna Wilson, 2008
Dyscalculia: Neuroscience and Education by L Kaufman, 2008
NMAP Report. Have We Settled on What to Teach and How to Teach Mathematics? by Mahesh Sharma ©2008
Stimulation-induced dyscalculia -right intraparietal sulcus. (2-4-2007) Univ. College London, Inst. Cognitive Neuroscience.
Magnetic Stimulation to Left Anterior Temporal Lobe Produces Genius Counting Ability UNIV.of SYDNEY (May 4, 2006).
1. Varieties of Developmental Dyscalculia by M. Von Aster
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1924 - 1957
1. Some Notes on Gerstmann's Syndrome by Josef Gerstmann in Neurology (12-01-1957). In 1924, described Gerstmann's Syndrome: finger agnosia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia.