When infants are given spatial thinking and orientation, there is much to learn about their mathematical abilities.
You can already see from babies who will be good at math"This is the earliest evidence found in infantile spatial perception and mathematical proficiency. We have discovered that signs of spatial reasoning appear at around six months it can be clearly reconciled with lower mathematical intelligence, "says the research leader Stella Lourenco, a psychologist at Emory University. Professionals have examined the general cognitive abilities of 63 children over a long period (from 6 months to 13 months): memory, short-term memory processing, and memory. All of this was done with special tests: one at a time, with almost the same videos, which, in addition to the above abilities, spatial thinking "It turned out that it is not only arrogant that smarter babies will become smarter", says the expert. "It is more appropriate that the capacity for spatial reasoning is strongly correlated with the lower mathematical qualities." We believe that mapping early skills can help a lot in managing learning disorder.
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