Conference Presentations in PDF
INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCE 2010 (accepted)
Parents count too: Linking home experiences with children’s numeracy performance.
COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY 2009
Quantification and arithmetic: How are they related?
SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2009
What counts from the home? Home experiences and children’s acquisition of mathematics.
MANITOBA CHILD CARE CONFERENCE 2009
Who’s counting: Numeracy and the Preschool Child.
COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY 2008
Investigating the Building Blocks of Numerical Representations: Subitizing and Finger Gnosis
BRAIN & BEHAVIOUR COGNITION SOCIETY 2008
Adults Count too: Subitizing and Arithmetic Fluency in Adults
SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2007
Putting Your Finger on It: How Neuropsychological Tests Predict Children’s Math Ability
Paths to Early Arithmetic: Informal Calculation and Formal Knowledge of the Number System
Inversion Use Among Students in Grades 2-4
BRAIN & BEHAVIOUR COGNITION SOCIETY 2006
Components of Early Mathematical Competence: Fine Motor Ability and Working Memory
The Corsi Block Tapping Task in Children: Exploring Performance and Relations to Early Math Abilities
SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2005
What’s Next?: Performance on the Next Number Task as a Predictor of Primary Children’s Math Achievement
How Many are There?: Subitizing vs Counting Performance Across Primary Grades
CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR STUDY OF EDUCATION 2005
What Kinds of Home Activities are Associated with Children’s Mathematical Performance During the Early School Years?
BRAIN & BEHAVIOUR COGNITION SOCIETY 2005
How Much Do I Subitize? Let Me Count Instead!:
Subitizing Ability across Children with Low, Medium and High Math Skill
1,2,3-Tap: The Relation between Finger Tapping and Counting across Children and Adults
Counting on Subitizing: The Relations among Subitizing, Counting, and Find Motor Coordination
COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY 2005
Precursors to Mathematical Skill: The Relations Among Fine Motor Ability, Subitizing, and Early Math Skills