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The Neuropsychology of Mathematics: An Introduction to the FAM

Steven G. Feifer, DEd

Explores how young children learn and acquire basic math skills
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The Neuropsychology of Mathematics explores how young children learn and acquire basic mathematical skills from a brain-based educational perspective. It discusses the three primary ways in which numbers are formatted in the brain and examines the relationship between anxiety and mathematical performance during classroom learning situations.

To assist children of all ages with challenges in mathematics, the book includes the following:

  • Evidence-based interventions.
  • Math programs.
  • Math instructional websites.
  • Math apps.