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Individual differences influence two-digit number processing, but not their analog magnitude processing : a large-scale online study

Individual differences influence two-digit number processing, but not their analog magnitude processing : a large-scale online study

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HUBER, Stefan, Hans-Christoph NUERK, Ulf-Dietrich REIPS, Mojtaba SOLTANLOU, 2017. Individual differences influence two-digit number processing, but not their analog magnitude processing : a large-scale online study. In: Psychological Research. ISSN 0340-0727. eISSN 1430-2772. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00426-017-0964-5

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