Research Interests :
My research interest focus on investigating the numerosity estimation process, using behavioral studies.
More particularly, my studies have two major aims : 1) examine the differences between symbolic and non-symbolic numerical processing; and
2) investigate how these differences are reflected in numerosity estimation performances.
I'm also interested in investigating whether vision shapes and influences the interactions between numbers and visuo-motor functions.
Castronovo, J. & Crollen, V. (2011). Numerical comparison of two-digit numbers: how differences at encoding can involve differences in processing. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 23 (1), 8-17.
Crollen, V. Castronovo, J., & Seron, X. (2011). Under- and over-estimation: A bi-directional mapping process between symbolic and non-symbolic representations of number? Experimental Psychology, 58 (1), 39-49.
Crollen, V., Mahe, R., Collignon, O., & Seron, X. (2011). The role of vision in the development of finger-number interactions: Finger-counting and finger-montring in blind children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 109, 525-539.
Crollen, V., Seron, X., & Noël, M.P. (2011). Is finger-counting necessary for the development of arithmetic abilities? Front. Psychology, 2:242. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00242
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