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13. Defever, E., De Smedt, B., Reynvoet, B. (2013). Numerical matching judgments in children with mathematical learning disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34 (10), 3182-3189.

14. Defever, E., Reynvoet, B., Gebuis, T. (2013). Task and age dependent effects of visual stimulus properties on children's explicit numerosity judgments. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116, 216-233.

Script to create non-symbolic number stimuli (Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2011). Generating nonsymbolic number stimuli. Behavior Research Methods, 43 (4), 981-986.)

15. Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2013). The neural mechanisms underlying passive and active processing of numerosity. NeuroImage, 15, 301-307.

PC version of the number sense game: Operation Clean World

6. Defever, E., Sasanguie, D., Vandewaetere, M., Reynvoet, B. (2012). What can the same-different task tell us about the development of magnitude representations?. Acta Psychologica, 140 (1), 35-42.

7. Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2012). Continuous visual properties explain neural responses to non-symbolic number. Psychophysiology, 49 (11), 1649-1659.

8. Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2012). The interplay between visual cues and non-symbolic number and its continuous visual properties. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General, 141 (4), 642-648.

9. Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2012). The role of visual information in numerosity estimation. PLoS One, 7 (5), e37426, (epub).

10. Sasanguie, D., De Smedt, B., Defever, E., Reynvoet, B. (2012). Association between basic numerical abilities and mathematics achievement. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 30 (2), 344-357.

11. Sasanguie, D., Van den Bussche, E., Reynvoet, B. (2012). Predictors for mathematics achievement? Evidence from a longitudinal study. Mind Brain and Education, 6 (3), 119-128.

Mutaf, B., Sasanguie, D., De Smedt, B., Reynvoet, B. (2016). The association between home numeracy and children’s calculation skills is mediated by basic number processing. Presentation at the Annual Groupe de Contact meeting: Numbers and the brain. Kortrijk 21-22 April

Maertens, B., De Smedt, B., Sasanguie, D., Elen, J., Reynvoet, B. (2016). Enhancing arithmetic in pre-schoolers with comparison or number line estimation training: Does it matter?. Learning and Instruction, 46, 1-11.

Sasanguie, S. (2016). Unraveling symbolic number processing and the implications for its association with mathematics. Invited lecture at Loughborough University.

Reynvoet, B. (2016). The approximate number system in the laboratory and in daily life. invited presentation at Loughborough University.

Sasanguie, D., Verschaffel, L., Reynvoet, B., Luwel, K. (2016). The development of symbolic and non-symbolic number line estimations: Three developmental accounts contrasted within cross-sectional and longitudinal data. Psychologica Belgica (in press).

Reynvoet, B., Sasanguie, D. (2016). The Symbol Grounding Problem Revisited: A Thorough Evaluation of the ANS Mapping Account and the Proposal of an Alternative Account Based on Symbol-Symbol associations. Frontiers in Psychology.

Smets, K., Moors, P., Reynvoet, B. (2016). Effects of presentation type and visual control in numerosity discrimination: implications for number processing?. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:66.doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00066

Sasanguie, D., De Smedt, B., Reynvoet, B. (2016). Evidence for distinct magnitude systems for symbolic and non-symbolic number. Psychological Research.

16. Sasanguie, D., Göbel, S., Moll, K., Smets, K., Reynvoet, B. (2013). Approximate number sense, symbolic number processing, or number-space mappings: What underlies mathematics achievement?. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 114 (3), 418-431.

17. Sasanguie, D., Göbel, S., Reynvoet, B. (2013). Left parietal TMS disturbs priming between symbolic and non-symbolic number representations. Neuropsychologia, 51 (8), 1528-1533.

18. Sasanguie, D., Reynvoet, B. (2013). Number comparison and number line estimation rely on different mechanisms. Psychologica Belgica, 53 (4), 17-35.

19. Smets, K., Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2013). Comparing the neural distance effect derived from the non-symbolic comparison and the same-different task. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00028.

20. Defever, E., Göbel, S., Ghesquière, P., Reynvoet, B. (2014). Automatic number priming effects in adults with and without mathematical learning disabilities. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 4, 1-7.

21. Gebuis, T., Reynvoet, B. (2014). The neural mechanism underlying ordinal numerosity processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, in press.

22. Sasanguie, D., Defever, E., Maertens, B., Reynvoet, B. (2014). The approximate number system is not predictive for symbolic number processing in kindergartners. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67 (2), 271-280.

23. Sasanguie, D., Reynvoet, B. (2014). Adults' Arithmetic Builds on Fast and Automatic Processing of Arabic Digits: Evidence from an Audiovisual Matching Paradigm. PLoS One, 9 (2), e87739-e87739.

24. Smets, K., Gebuis, T., Defever, E., Reynvoet, B. (2014). Concurrent validity of approximate number sense tasks in adults and children. Acta Psychologica, 150, 120-128.

25. Smets, K., Sasanguie, D., Szücs, D., Reynvoet, B. (2015). The effect of different methods to construct non-symbolic stimuli in numerosity estimation and comparison. Journal of Cognitive Psychology.