Mean scores on each task by hearing group.

Mean scores on each task by hearing group.

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The Approximate Number System (ANS) allows humans and non-human animals to estimate large quantities without counting. It is most commonly studied in visual contexts (i.e., with displays containing different numbers of dots), although the ANS may operate on all approximate quantities regardless of modality (e.g., estimating the number of a series o...

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... tested each subject in the following domains: Non-verbal IQ (Raven task), Inhibitory Control (Flanker task), Visual Working Memory, and Attention Network strength. Using the data processing techniques described above, this resulted in the creation of the following scores for each subject: Raven score; Inhibitory Control composite score; Working Memory composite score; and Conflict, Alerting, and Orienting ANT scores (for mean scores on each task, see Table 2). We then predicted Weber fractions from this group of variables, as well as Hearing group and Age. ...