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“…Some studies have highlighted that semantic information affects movements: in reaching-to-grasp one of two identical objects, grip aperture was larger when the object was labeled with the word “large” than when it was labeled with the word “small” (Gentilucci et al, 2000 ; but see also Glover and Dixon, 2002 ; Glover et al, 2004 ). With respect to numerical cognition, it has been suggested that hand movements could help children in learning how to solve symbolic additions (Novack et al, 2014 ; but see Fischer et al, 2015 for a critical comment). From this point of view, studies investigating the relationship between numbers and action (in particular finger movements, see Rusconi et al, 2005 ) will help to design new paradigms and training to improve numerical comprehension.…”
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“…Some studies have highlighted that semantic information affects movements: in reaching-to-grasp one of two identical objects, grip aperture was larger when the object was labeled with the word “large” than when it was labeled with the word “small” (Gentilucci et al, 2000 ; but see also Glover and Dixon, 2002 ; Glover et al, 2004 ). With respect to numerical cognition, it has been suggested that hand movements could help children in learning how to solve symbolic additions (Novack et al, 2014 ; but see Fischer et al, 2015 for a critical comment). From this point of view, studies investigating the relationship between numbers and action (in particular finger movements, see Rusconi et al, 2005 ) will help to design new paradigms and training to improve numerical comprehension.…”
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