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The Contribution of Executive Functions to Emergent Mathematic Skills in Preschool Children
Mathematical ability is related to both activation o f the prefrontal cortex in neuroimaging studies of adults and to executive functions in school-age children. The purpose ol'this study was to determine whether executive functions were related to emergent mathematical proficiency in preschool children. Preschool children (N= 96) w o e administered an executive flunction battery that was reduced empirically to working memory (WM), inhibitory control (IC), and shining abilities by calculatingdoi:10.1207/s15326942dn2601_6 pmid:15276905 fatcat:4nlprqqctjg3tiqnepn7crpnmu