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Cognitive science of mathematics

"Cognitive science of mathematics" is a term propagated by the book Where Mathematics Comes From; it is the study of mathematical ideas using the techniques of cognitive science.


  • innate math: subitizing
  • naive math
  • conceptual metaphor

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