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About Brian Butterworth
  
Brian Butterworth is Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Neuropsychology at University College London, Adjunct Professor at National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan, Professorial Fellow at Melbourne University, Australia, and Research Consultant at Ospedale San Camillo Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico in Venice, Italy.
 
He taught at Cambridge University for eight years and has held visiting appointments at MIT and the Max Planck Institute at Nijmegen. He is currently working on the neuroscience and the genetics of mathematical abilities and disabilities. He was elected Fellow of the British Academy in 2002.
 
His popular science book, The Mathematical Brain, was a best seller, and his latest book, co-edited with Denis Mareschal and Andrew Tolmie, Educational Neuroscience, was published by Wiley in December 2013.
  


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What
Counts
  

Italian Edition
 

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Naze sugaku ga tokui na hito to nigate na hito ga irunoka?
(Why are some people good, but others bad at maths?)
 

Chinese Edition)

 

Butterworth, B. (1999).
The Mathematical Brain.
            London: Macmillan.

Also Published As (1999).
What Counts
            New York: Simon & Schuster.

Also Published As (1999).
Intelligenza Matematica.
            Milano: Rizzoli.

Also Published As (2000).
Den matematiska människan.
            Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand.

Also Published As (2001).
Naze sugaku ga tokui na hito to nigate na hito ga irunoka?
(Why are some people good, but others bad at maths?)
            Tokyo: Shufunotomosha.

Also Published in Chinese (2004).
            200X Orient Publishing Company.

Additional Chapter (April 2002).
From fear of fractions to the joy of maths with Mathematical Brain Test (PDF)

Butterworth, B. (2003)
Dyscalculia Screener.
            (British Education & Training with
            Technology Software Award, 2004)
            London: nferNelson (Software & Manual)

Butterworth, B. & Yeo, D. (2004)
Dyscalculia Guidance.
            London: nferNelson

Also Published As (2010).
Dyskalkyli - Att hjälpa elever med specifika matematiksvårigheter.
            Stockholm: Natur & Kultur.

Also Published As (2011).
Didattica per la discalculia.
            Trento: Edizioni Erickson.

Butterworth, B.
Numeri e calcolo
            Trento: Edizioni Erickson.

Butterworth, B. (in preparation)
Introduction to Mathematical Cognition.
            Cambridge University Press

  


 
 
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Butterworth, B. (1980) ed.
Language Production Volume 1: Speech and Talk.
            London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B. (1983) ed.
Language Production Volume 2:
Development, Writing and Other Language Processes.
            London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B., Comrie, B. & Dahl, Ö. (1983) eds.
Explanations for Language Universals.
            Berlin: Mouton.

Butterworth, B. (1996) ed.
Mathematical Cognition: Volume 1.
            Psychology Press, Hove.

Mareschal, D., Butterworth, B. & Tolmie, A. (2013) eds.
Educational Neuroscience (Introduction PDF)
            Wiley-Blackwell

  


 
 
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Editor-in-Chief,
Linguistics.
            1978 - 1983.

Co-founder and Joint Editor,
Language and Cognitive Processes.
            1983 -

Member, Executive Committee,
Working Party on Cognitive Science,
            FAST Programme of the Commission of the European Community.
            1986.

Founder and Editor,
Mathematical Cognition.
            1993 - 2000

Editorial Board member,
Cognition.
            1995 - 2000

Editorial Board member,
Cognitive Neuropsychology.
            1997 -

  


 
 
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Butterworth, B. (1975)
Hesitation and semantic planning in speech. (PDF)
            Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 4, 75-87.

Shallice, T. & Butterworth, B. (1977)
Short-term memory impairment and spontaneous speech.
            Neuropsychologia, 15, 729-35.

Butterworth, B., Hine, R. & Brady, K. (1977)
Speech and interaction in sound-only communication channels.
            Semiotica, 20, 81-99.

Butterworth, B. (1978)
Maxims for studying conversations. (PDF)
            Semiotica, 24, 217-229.

Butterworth, B. (1979)
Hesitation and the production of verbal paraphasias and neologisms in jargon aphasia. (PDF)
            Brain and Language, 8, 133-161.

Beattie, G. & Butterworth, B. (1979)
Contextual probability and word-frequency as determinants of pauses in spontaneous speech. (PDF)
            Language & Speech, 22, 201-221.

Butterworth, B. (1979)
Editorial.
            Linguistics (New Series), 17, 1-5. (Unsigned).

Butterworth, B. (1981)
Speech errors: old data in search of new theories.
            Linguistics, 19, 627-662.

Butterworth, B., Howard, D. & McLoughlin, P. (1984)
The semantic deficit in aphasia: the relationship between semantic errors in auditory comprehension and picture naming.
            Neuropsychologia, 22, 409-426.

Campbell, R. & Butterworth, B. (1985)
Phonological dyslexia and dysgraphia in a highly literate subject: a developmental case with associated deficits of phonemic processing and awareness.
            Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 37A, 435-475.

Butterworth, B. (1985)
Editorial.
            Language and Cognitive Processes, 1, 1 (Unsigned).

Butterworth, B., Campbell, R. & Howard, D. (1986)
The uses of short-term memory: a case study. (PDF)
            Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 38A, 705-737.

Butterworth, B. & Howard, D. (1987)
Paragrammatisms. (PDF)
            Cognition, 26, 1-37.

Panzeri, M., Semenza, C. & Butterworth, B. (1987)
Compensatory strategies in the evolution of severe jargon aphasia.
            Neuropsychologia, 25, 919-933.

Butterworth, B. (1988)
Recent cross-language studies of aphasic speech.
            M.I.G. Bulletin. No. 2. Australian Association
            of Speech and Hearing,
            Victoria.

Butterworth, B. & Hadar, U. (1989)
Gestures, speech and computational stages: a reply to McNeill.
            Psychological Review, 96, 168-174.

Howard, D. & Butterworth, B. (1989)
Short-term memory and comprehension:
a reply to Vallar and Baddeley (1987).
(PDF)
            Cognitive Neuropsychology, 6, 455-463.


 
 
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Butterworth, B., Panzeri, M., Semenza, C. & Ferreri, T. (1990)
Paragrammatisms: a longitudinal study of an Italian case. (PDF)
            Language and Cognitive Processes, 5, 115-140.

Semenza, C., Butterworth, B., Panzeri, M. & Ferreri, T. (1990)
Word-formation: new evidence from aphasia.
            Neuropsychologia, 28, 499-502.

Cipolotti, L., Butterworth, B. & Denes, G. (1991)
A specific deficit for numbers in a case of dense acalculia.
            Brain, 114, 2619-2637.

Butterworth, B. & Yin, W. G. (1991)
Universal and language-specific features of reading:
evidence from dyslexia in Chinese readers.
            Brain, 114, 2619-2637.

Butterworth, B. & Yin, W. G. (1991)
Universal and language specific features of reading:
evidence from dyslexia in Chinese readers.
            Proceedings of the Royal Society - Series B, 245, 91-95.

Butterworth, B. (1991)
Was Turner Dyslexic?
            Turner Studies, 11, 3-6.

Butterworth, B. (1992)
Disorders of phonological encoding. (PDF)
            Cognition, 42, 261-286.

Semenza, C., Butterworth, B., Panzeri, M. & Hittmair-Delazer, M. (1993)
Derivational rules in aphasia
            Quaderni del Centro di Studio per le Ricerche di Fonetica, XII ,
            401-407.

Butterworth, B. (1994)
Regional specialities. (Commentary on M. Farah's target article:
Neuropsychological inference with an interactive brain:
A critique of the "locality assumption".
            Behavioral and Brain Science, 17, 63.

Cipolotti, L., Butterworth, B. & Warrington, E.K. (1994)
From "One thousand nine hundred and forty-five" to 1000, 945.
            Neuropsychologia, 503-509.

Vigliocco, G., Butterworth, B., Semenza, C. & Fossella, S. (1994)
How two aphasic speakers construct subject-verb agreement.
            Journal of Neurolinguistics, 8, 19-25.

Butterworth, B. (1994)
Disorders of sentence production. (PDF)
            Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society
            Series B, 346, 55-61.

Vigliocco, G., Butterworth, B. & Semenza, C. (1995)
Constructing subject-verb agreement in speech:
The role of semantic and morphological factors. (PDF)
            Journal of Memory & Language, 34, 186-215.

Cipolotti, L., Warrington, E., & Butterworth, B.(1995)
Selective impairment in manipulating arabic numerals. (PDF)
            Cortex, 31, 73-86.

Butterworth, B. & Warrington, E. K. (1995)
Two Routes to Repetition: Evidence from a
Case of 'Deep Dysphasia'.
(PDF)
            Neurocase. 1, 55-66.

Butterworth, B. (1995)
Editorial.
            Mathematical Cognition, 1, 1-2

Wydell, T., Butterworth, B. & Patterson, K. (1995)
The inconsistency of consistency effects in reading:
The case of Japanese Kanji. (PDF)
            Journal of Experimental Psychology:
            Language, Memory and Cognition, 21, 1155-1168.

Cipolotti, L. & Butterworth, B. (1995)
Towards a multiroute model of number processing:
impaired number transcoding with
the preservation of calculation skills.
            Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 124, 375-390.

Butterworth, B., Cipolotti, L. & Warrington, E.K. (1996)
Short-term memory impairments and arithmetical ability.
            Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 49A, 251-262.

Vigliocco, G., Butterworth, B. & Garrett, M. F. (1996)
Subject-verb agreement in Spanish and English:
Differences in the role of conceptual constraints.
            Cognition, 61(3), 261-298.

Delazer, M. & Butterworth, B. (1997)
A dissociation of number meanings.
            Cognitive Neuropsychology., 14, 613-636.

Hadar, U. & Butterworth, B. (1997)
Iconic gestures, imagery and word retrieval in speech.
            Semiotica. 115, 147-172.

Yin, W. G. & Butterworth, B. (1998)
Chinese pure alexia.
            Aphasiology, 12, 65-76.

Zorzi, M., Houghton, G., & Butterworth, B. (1998)
Two routes or one in reading aloud?
A connectionist "dual-process" model.
            Journal of Experimental Psychology:
            Human Perception and Performance, 24, 1-31.

Zorzi, M., Houghton, G., & Butterworth, B. (1998)
The development of spelling-sound relationships
in a model of phonological reading.
            Language and Cognitive Processes.

Sciama, S., Semenza, C., & Butterworth, B. (1999)
Repetition priming in simple addition depends
on surface form and typicality.
            Memory & Cognition. 27, 116-127.

Wydell, T. N. & Butterworth, B. (1999)
An English-Japanese bilingual with monolingual dyslexia.
            Cognition, 70, 273-305.

Butterworth, B. (1999)
Perspectives : Neuroscience - A head for figures.
            Science 284: (5416) 928-929.

Benke T, Hohenstein C, & Butterworth B (1999)
An analysis of repetitive speech.
            Brain & Cognition, 40: (1) 14.

Butterworth B, Grana A, Piazza M, Girelli, L, Price, C, & Skuse, D. (1999)
Language and the origins of number skills :
Karyotypic differences in Turner's syndrome.
            Brain & Language, 69: (3) 486-488.


 
 
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Cappelletti, M, Waley-Cohen, H, Butterworth, B, & Kopelman, M (2000)
A selective loss of the ability to read and write music.
            Neurocase, 6, 321-332.

Benke, T, Hohenstein C, Poewe W, & Butterworth, B (2000)
Repetitive speech phenomena in Parkinson's disease.
            Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 69: (3) 319-325.

Lochy A, Seron X, Delazer M, & Butterworth, B. (2000)
The odd-even effect in multiplication :
Parity rule or familiarity with even numbers?
            Memory & Cognition, 28: (3) 358-365.

Girelli L, Lucangeli D, & Butterworth, B. (2000)
The development of automaticity in accessing number magnitude,
            Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, June: 76: (2) 104-122.

Butterworth, B. (2001)
What makes a prodigy? (PDF)
            Nature Neuroscience, 4 (1), 11-12

Butterworth, B. (2001)
Compass: Statistics : What seems natural?
            Science, 292, 853-854.

Butterworth, B., Cappelletti, M., & Kopelman, M. (2001)
Category specificity of reading and writing:
the case of number words. (PDF)
            Nature Neuroscience, 4, 784-786.

Benke, T. & Butterworth, B. (2001)
Pallilalia and repetitive speech :
two case studies.
            Brain & Language, 78, 62-81.

Cappelletti, M., Butterworth, B., & Kopelman, M. (2001)
Spared numerical abilities in a case of semantic dementia.
            Neuropsychologia, 39, 1224-1239.

Butterworth, B., Zorzi, M., Girelli, L., & Jonckheere, A.R. (2001)
Storage and retrieval of addition facts:
The role of number comparison. (PDF)
            Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 54A (4) 1005 - 1029.

Piazza, M., Mechelli, A., Butterworth, B., & Price, C. J. (2002)
Are subitizing and counting implemented as separate
or functionally overlapping processes?
(PDF)
            NeuroImage, 15:(2), 435-446.

Cappelletti, M., Kopelman, M., & Butterworth, B. (2002)
Why semantic dementia drives you the dogs
(but not to the horses): A theoretical account.
(PDF)
            Cognitive Neuropsychology: 19: 483-503.

Butterworth, B. (2002)
Dyscalculia.
            Interplay: Summer: 44-47.

Shibahara, N, Zorzi, M., Hill, M. P., Wydell, T. & Butterworth, B. (2003)
Semantic Effects in Word Naming:
Evidence from English and Japanese Kanji.
(PDF)
            Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: 56A (2): 263 - 286.

Bevan, A., Robinson, G., Butterworth, B., & Cipolotti, L. (2003)
To play 'B' but not to say 'B' :
Selective loss of letter names.
            Neurocase: 9: 118-128.

Landerl, K., Bevan, A., & Butterworth, B. (2004)
Developmental Dyscalculia and Basic Numerical Capacities :
A Study of 8-9 Year Old Students. (PDF)
            Cognition: 93: 99-12.

Butterworth, B. (2005)
The development of arithmetical abilities (PDF)
            Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry: 46 (1): 3-18.

Gelman, R. & Butterworth, B. (2005)
Number and language : how are they related? (PDF)
            Trends in Cognitive Science: 9 (1): 6-10.

Cappelletti, M., Kopelman, M.D., Morton, J., & Butterworth, B. (2005)
Disassociations in numerical abilities revealed by progressive
cognitive decline in a patient with semantic dementia.
            Cognitive Neuropsychology: 22 (7): 771-793

Critchley, H.D., Tang, J., Glaser, D.E., Butterworth, B, & Dolan, R.J. (2005)
Anterior cingulate activity during error and autonomic response.
            Neuroimage: 27 (4): 885-895

Rusconi, E., Walsh, V. & Butterworth, B. (2005)
Dexterity with Numbers:
rTMS Over Left Angular Gyrus Disrupts Finder Gnosis
and Number Processing.
            Neuropsychologia: 43 (11): 1609-1624

Marinella Cappelletti, Brian Butterworth & Michael Kopelman (2006)
The Understanding of Quantifiers in Semantic Dementia:
A Single-Case Study.
(PDF)
            Neurocase 12: 136-145.

Elena Rusconi, Bonnie Kwan, Bruno L. Giordano, Carlo Umiltà
  & B. Butterworth (2006)
Spatial representation of pitch height:
the SMARC effect.
(PDF)
            Cognition 99: 113-119.

Fulvia Castelli, Daniel E. Glaser & Brian Butterworth (2006)
Discrete and analogue quantity processing in the
parietal lobe: A functional MRI study.
(PDF)
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA:
            Vol. 103 Number 12: 4693-4698.

Paterson, S.J., Girelli, L., Butterworth, B., & Karmiloff-Smith, A. (2006)
Are numerical impairments syndrome specific?
Evidence from Williams Syndrome and Down's Syndrome. (PDF)
            Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry 47: 2: 190-204.

J. Tang, H. D. Critchley, D. E. Glaser, R. J. Dolan,
  & B. Butterworth (2006)
Imaging Informational Conflict: A Functional Magnetic
Resonance Imaging Study of Numerical Stroop.
(PDF)
            Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18: 12: 2049-2062.

Noam Sagiv, Julia Simner, James Collins, Brian Butterworth
  & Jamie Ward (2006)
What is the relationship between synaesthesia and
visuo-spatial number forms?
(PDF)
            Cognition 101: 114-128.

Manuela Piazza, Andrea Mechelli, Cathy J. Price
  & Brian Butterworth (2006)
Exact and approximate judgements of visual
and auditory numerosity: an fMRI study.
(PDF)
            Brain Research 1106: 177-188.

Koh, P. H., Glaser, D. E., Flandin, G., Butterworth, B.,
  Maki, A., Delpy, D., et al. (2007).
Functional Optical Signal Analysis (fOSA):
A Software Tool for NIRS Data Processing Incorporating
Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM).
(PDF)
            Journal of Biomedical Optics 12(6),
            064010-064011 - 064010-064013.

Butterworth, B. (2007).
Why frequencies are natural. (PDF)
            Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 303: 259.

Cappelletti, M., Jansari, A., Kopelman, M., & Butterworth, B. (2008).
A case of selective impairment of encyclopaedic numerical
knowledge or "when December 25th is no longer
Christmas day, but '20 + 5' is still 25".
(PDF)
            Cortex, 44 (3), 325 - 336.

Tang, J., Ward, J., & Butterworth, B. (2008).
Number forms in the brain. (PDF)
            Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20: 9 1547 - 1556.

Butterworth, B. (2008).
Numerosity Perception: How Many Speckles on the Hen? (PDF)
            Current Biology, 18 (9), R388 - R389.

Butterworth, B., & Reeve, R. (2008).
Verbal Counting and Spatial Strategies in Numerical Tasks:
Evidence from Indigenous Australia.
(PDF)
            Philosophical Psychology, 21, 443 - 457.

Butterworth, B., Reeve, R., Reynolds, F., & Lloyd, D. (2008).
Numerical thought with and without words:
Evidence from indigenous Australian children.
(PDF)
(Supporting Information)
            Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA,
            105: 35, 13179 - 13184.

Iuculano, T., Tang, J., Hall, C., & Butterworth, B. (2008).
Core information processing deficits in developmental
dyscalculia and low numeracy.
            Developmental Science, 11: 5, 669-680.

Vetter, P., Butterworth, B., & Bahrami, B. (2008).
Modulating Attentional Load Affects Numerosity Estimation:
Evidence against a Pre-Attentive Subitizing Mechanism.
(PDF)
            PLoSOne, Volume 3: 9 (e 3269), 1 - 6.

Ward, J., Sagiv, N., & Butterworth, B. (2009).
The impact of visuo-spatial number forms on simple arithmetic. (PDF)
            Cortex, 45 (10), 1261 - 1265.

Rusconi, E., Bueti, D., Walsh, V., & Butterworth, B. (2009)
Contribution of frontal cortex to the spatial
representation of number
(PDF)
            Cortex XXX Research Report: Pages 1261 - 1265

Bahrami, B., Vetter, P., Spolaore, E., Pagano, S.,
Butterworth, B., & Rees, G. (2010)
Unconscious numerical priming despite interocular suppression. (PDF) (Supplementary Material)
            Psychological Science 2010: 21 224 - 233.

Agrillo, C., Ranpura, A., & Butterworth, B. (2010)
Time and numerosity stimation are independent:
Behavioral evidence for two different systems
using a conflict paradigm.
(PDF)
            Cognitive Neuroscience 2010 iFirst: 1 - 6.

Vetter, P., Bahrami, B., & Butterworth, B. (2010)
A Candidate for the Attentional Bottleneck:
Set-size Specific Modulation of Right TPJ
during Attentive Enumeration.
(PDF)
            Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2010. X: Y: Pages 1 - 9.

Ischebeck, A., Koschutnig, K., Reishofer, G., Butterworth, B., Neuper,
C., & Ebner, F. (2010)
Processing fractions and proportions: An fMRI study.
            International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77 (3), 227-227.

Butterworth, B. & Laurillard, D. (2010)
Low numeracy and dyscalculia: identification and intervention. (PDF)
            ZDM Mathematics Education, 42 (527 - 539).

Butterworth, B. (2010)
Foundational numerical capacities and
the origins of dyscalculia.
(PDF)
            Trends in Cognitive Sciences Special Issue:
            Space, Time and Number" XX (2010) 1 - 8.

Iuculano, T., Raffaella Moro, M., & Butterworth, B. (2011)
Updating Working Memory and arithmetical
attainment in school.
(PDF)
            Learning and Individual Differences. 21: 655 - 661.

Butterworth, B., Varma, S. & Laurillard, D. (2011)
Dyscalculia: From Brain to Education. (PDF)
            Science Magazine. Vol 332: 6033: 1049 - 1053.

Butterworth, B. & Laurillard, D. (2011)
Low numeracy and dyscalculia: identification
and intervention. (PDF)
            ZDM Mathematics Education. Volume 42:
            Number 6: Pages 527- 539.

Cohen Kadosh, R., Bahrami, B., Walsh, V., Butterworth, B.,
Popescu, T. & Price, C.J. (2011)
Specialization in the human brain: the case of numbers. (PDF)
            Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Volume 5:
            Article 62 Pages 1 - 9.

Butterworth, B. & Walsh, V. (2011)
Neural basis of mathematical cognition. (PDF)
            Current Biology. Vol 21: Issue 16: Pages: R618-R621.

Karolis, V., Iuculano, T & Butterworth, B. (2011)
Mapping Numerical Magnitudes Along the Right Lines: Differentiating Between Scale and Bias. (PDF)
            Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
            Volume 140: 4: Pages 693 - 706.

Iuculano, T & Butterworth, B. (2011)
Understanding the real value of fractions and decimals. (PDF)
            The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
            Volume 64: Issue 11: Pages 2088 - 2098.

Cappelletti, M., Freeman, E.D. & Butterworth, B. (2011)
Time processing in dyscalculia. (PDF)
            Frontiers in Psychology. Volume 2: Article 364: Pages 1- 10.

Tillmann, B., Rusconi, E., Butterworth, B., Traube, C., Peretz, I.
& Umiltà, C. (2011)
TFine-grained pitch processing of music and speech
in congenital amusia.
            Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
            130(6): Pages 4089 - 4096.

Zhou, X., Lu, J., Zhao, H., Booth, J.R., Butterworth, B.,
Chen, C., & Dong, Q. (2011)
Age-Independent and Age-Dependent Neural Substrate for
Single-Digit Multiplication and Addition Arithmetic Problems. (PDF)
            Developmental Neuropsychology. 36 (3): Pages 338 - 352.

Butterworth, B., Reeve, R., & Reynolds, F. (2011).
Using mental representations of space when words
are unavailable. Studies of enumeration and
arithmetic in indigenous Australia.
            Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 42 (4): Pages 630 - 688.

Reigosa-Crespo, V., Valdés-Sosa, M., Butterworth, B., Estévez, N.,
Rodriguez, M., Santos, E., Torres, P., Suárez, R., & Lage, A. (2012)
Basic Numerical Capacities and Prevalence of
Developmental Dyscalculia: The Havana Survey. (PDF)
            Developmental Psychology. Volume 48 (1): Pages 123-135.

Cappelletti, M., Butterworth, B., . & Kopelman, M. (2012)
Numeracy Skills in Patients With Degenerative Disorders and Focal Brain Lesions: A Neuropsychological Investigation. (PDF)
            Neuropsychology. Volume 26 (1): Pages 1 - 19.

Agrillo, C., Piffer, L., Bisazza, A., & Butterworth, B. (2012)
Evidence for Two Numerical Systems That Are Similar in
Humans and Guppies. (PDF)
            PLoS One. 7 (2): e31923: Pages 1 - 8.

Reeve, R., Reynolds, F., Humberstone J. & Butterworth, B. (2012)
Stability and Change in Markers of Core
Numerical Competencies. (PDF)
            Journal of Experimental Psychology: General:
            141 (4): Pages 649 - 666.

Butterworth, B. (2012)
Commentary on "How Can Syntax Support Number Word Acquisition?" by Kristen Syrett, Julien Musolino
& Rochel Gelman. (PDF)
            Language, Learning and Development. 8 (2): Pages 186 - 189.

Cheng, G.L.F., Tang, J., Walsh, V., Butterworth, B. & Cappelletti, M. (2013)
Differential effects of left parietal theta-burst stimulation
on order and quantity processing. (PDF)
            Brain Stimulation. 6 (2): Pages 160 - 165.

Bahrami, B., Didino, D., Frith, C., Butterworth, B. & Rees, G. (2013)
Collective enumeration. (PDF)
            Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception
            and Performance. Volume 39 (2): Pages 338 - 347.

Butterworth, B. & Kovas, Y. (2013)
Understanding Neurocognitive Developmental Disorders
Can Improve Education for All. (PDF)
            Science. Volume 340: Number 6130: Pages 300 - 305.

Ranpura, A., Isaacs, E., Edmonds, C., Rogers, M., Lanigan, J.,
Singhal, A., Clayden, J., Clark, C. & Butterworth, B. (2013)
Developmental trajectories of grey and white
matterin dyscalculia. (PDF)
            Trends in Neuroscience and Education.
            2 (2): Pages 56 - 64.

Tibber, M.S., Manasseh, G.S., Clarke, R.C., Gagin, G., Swanbeck, S.N.,
Butterworth, B., Lotto, R.B. & Dakin. S.C. (2013)
Sensitivity to numerosity is not a unique
visuospatial psychophysical predictor
of mathematical ability. (PDF)
            Vision Research. Volume 89: Pages 1 - 9.

Ward, J., Collins, J., Sarri, M., Sagiv, N., & Butterworth, B. (in press)
Synaesthesia, Number Forms and Difficulties in Arithmetic.
            Cortex.

  

  

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Butterworth, B. & Beattie, G. (1978)
Gestures and silence as indicators of planning in speech.
            In R.Campbell & P. Smith (eds.)
            Recent Advances in the Psychology of Language:
            Formal and Experimental Approaches.
            NATO Conference Series III:4B. New York:Plenum.

Butterworth, B. & Goldman-Eisler, F. (1979)
Recent studies of cognitive rhythm.
            In A. W. Siegman & S. Feldstein (eds.)
            Of Speech and Time.
            Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Butterworth, B. (1979)
Preparing to speak.
            In J. Requin (ed.)
            Anticipation et Comportement.
            Paris: CNRS.

Good, D. & Butterworth, B. (1980)
Hesitation as a conversational resource.
            In H. Dechert & M. Raupach (eds.)
            Temporal Variables in Speech.
            The Hague: Mouton.

Butterworth, B. (1980)
Introduction: The history of production studies.
            In B. Butterworth (ed.)
            Language Production Volume 1: Speech and Talk.
            London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B. (1980)
Evidence from pauses.
            In B. Butterworth (ed.)
            Language Production Volume 1: Speech and Talk.
            London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B. (1980)
Some constraints on models of language production.
            In B. Butterworth (ed.)
            Language Production Volume 1: Speech and Talk.
            London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B. & Whittaker, S. (1980)
Peggy Babcock's Relatives.
            In G.Stelmach & J. Requin (eds.)
            Tutorials in Motor Behavior.
            New York: Plenum Press.

Butterworth, B., Swallow, J. & Grimston, M. (1981)
Silence and gesture as indicators of lexical processes in jargon aphasia.
            In J. W. Brown (ed.)
            Jargonaphasia.
            New York: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B. (1982)
Speech errors: old data in search of new theories. (PDF)
            In A. Cutler (ed.)
            Slips of the Tongue and Language Production.
            Berlin: Mouton.

Butterworth, B. (1983)
Lexical representation.
            In B. Butterworth (ed.)
           Language Production Volume 2: Development, Writing
           and Other Language Process.
           London: Academic Press.

Butterworth, B., Comrie, B. & Dahl, Ö. (1983)
Introduction. (PDF)
            In B. Butterworth, B. Comrie, & Ö. Dahl (eds.)
            Explanations for Language Universals.
            Berlin: Mouton.

Wingfield, A. & Butterworth, B. (1984)
Running memory for sentences: syntactic parsing as a control function in working memory.
            In H. Bouma & D. Bouwhuis (eds.)
            Attention and Performance
            Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Butterworth, B. (1985)
Jargon aphasia: processes and strategies.
            In S. Newman & R.Epstein (eds.)
            Current Perspectives in Dysphasia.
            Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.

Howard, D. & Butterworth, B. (1987)
Neurolinguistics.
            In R. Gregory (ed.)
            The Oxford Companion to the Mind.
            Oxford University Press.

Butterworth, B. & Howard, D. (1987)
Neuropsychology of Language.
            In R. Gregory (ed.)
            The Oxford Companion to the Mind.
            Oxford University Press.

Butterworth, B. (1987)
Phonetics.
            In R. Gregory (ed.)
            The Oxford Companion to the Mind.
            Oxford University Press.

Semenza, C., Panzeri, M. & Butterworth, B. (1988)
Sull'interpretazione delle conseguenze del danno cerebrale: revizione critica del considdetto "principio di tranparenza".
            In V. Majer & R. Maeran (eds)
            Il Laboratorio e la Città: Lo Psicologo Professionista.
            Società Italiana di Psicologia.

Butterworth, B. (1989)
Lexical access and representation in speech production.
            In W. Marslen-Wilson (ed.)
            Lexical Representation and Process.
            Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Butterworth, B., Shallice, T. & Watson, F. (1990)
Short-term retention of sentences without "short-term memory".
            In G. Vallar & T. Shallice (eds.)
            The Neuropsychological Impairments of Short-Term Memory.
            Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Panzeri, M., Semenza, C., Ferreri, T. & Butterworth, B. (1990)
Free use of derivational morphology in an Italian jargon aphasic.
            In J.L. Nespoulous & P. Villiard (eds)
            Morphology, Phonology and Aphasia.
            New York: Springer Verlag. (pp. 72-94).

Butterworth, B. (1990)
Aportaciones del estudio de las pausas en el habla.
            In F. Valle, F. Cuetos, J. M. Igoa & S del Viso (eds.)
            Lecturas de Psicolinguistica.
            1. Comprension y Produccion del lenguaje.
            Madrid: Alianza. (translation).

Yin, W. G. & Butterworth, B. (1992).
Deep and surface dyslexia in Chinese. (PDF)
            In Chen, H-C. & Tzeng, O. J. L. (eds.)
            Language Processing in Chinese.
            Amsterdam: North Holland / Elsevier.

Semenza, C., Butterworth, B., Panzeri, M. & Hittmair-Delazer, M. (1993)
Derivational rules in aphasia.
            Proceedings of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, 18, (435-440).

Butterworth, B. (1993)
Aphasia and models of language production and perception. (PDF)
            In Blanken, G. et al. (eds.)
            The Handbook of Linguistic Disorders and Pathologies.
            Berlin: De Gruyter. (238-250).

Butterworth, B. (1994)
Freud, Sigmund.
            In R. E. Asher (ed)
            The Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics.
            Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Butterworth, B. (1994)
Neural organisation and writing systems.
            In L. Verhoeven & A. Teberosky (eds.)
            Written Language and Literacy. Vol. II.
            Strasbourg: European Science Foundation.

Butterworth, B. (1995)
Domain-specificity and fractionability of neuro-psychological
process in reading acquisition.
            In U. Frith, G. Lüdi, M. Egli & C-A. Zuber (eds.)
            Written Language and Literacy. Vol. III.
            Strasbourg: European Science Foundation.

Butterworth, B. (1997)
Neural organisation and writing systems.
            In C. Pontecorvo (ed.)
            Writing Development: An Interdisciplinary View.
            (Studies in Written Language and Literacy Vol. 6).
            Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Zorzi, M. & Butterworth, B. (1999)
A computational model of number comparison. (PDF)
            In M. Hahn & Scott C. Stoness (eds.)
            Proceedings of the Twenty First Annual Meeting
            of the Cognitive Science Society.
            Mahwah, NJ: LEA (772-777)

Butterworth, B. (2002)
The man who could read only numbers.
            In T Radford (ed.)
            Frontiers 01: Science & Technology 2001 - 2002.
            Atlantic Books / Guardian Books, London. (pp. 117-123).

Butterworth, B., Marchesini, N., & Girelli , L. (2003)
Multiplication facts: Passive storage or dynamic reoganisation. (PDF)
            In A. Baroody & A. Dowker (eds)
            The Development of Arithmetical Concepts and Skills.
            Mahwah, NJ.: LEA (pp. 189-202).

Butterworth, B. (2003)
How the brain handles numbers.
Birds do it, apes do it, even uneducated frogs do it,
but some children just cannot count.
            In T Radford (ed.)
            Frontiers 03 : New writing on cutting-edge
            science by leading scientists
            Atlantic Books / Guardian Books, London (pp. 100-107).

Butterworth, B. (2003)
Dyscalculia: Diagnosis and intervention.
            In R. Kawashima & H. Koizumi (eds.)
            Learning Therapy.
            Sendai, Japan: Tohoku University Press (pp. 24-42).

Butterworth, B. (2003)
Windows on the mind.
            In C. Code, C.-W. Wallesch, Y. Joanette, & A. Roch Lecours (ed.s)
            Classic Cases in Neuropsychology Volume II.
            Hove: Psychology Press (pp. 1-5).

Butterworth, B. (2005)
Developmental dyscalculia. (PDF)
            In J. I. D. Campbell (ed.)
            Handbook of Mathematical Cognition.
            Hove: Psychology Press (pp. 455-467).

Butterworth, B. (2006)
Mathematical expertise. (PDF)
            In K. A. Ericsson (ed.)
            Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance.
            Cambridge: CUP (pp. 553-568).

Butterworth, B., & Reigosa Crespo, V. (2007).
Information-processing deficits in dyscalculia.
            In D. B. Berch & M. M. M. Mazzocco (eds.),
            Why Is Math So Hard for Some Children? The Nature and
            Origins of Mathematical Learning Difficulties and Disabilities
            (Brookes Publishing Co for NIH). Washington, DC. (pp. 65-81).

Butterworth, B. (2008).
Developmental dyscalculia.
            In J. Reed & J. W. Rogers (eds.),
            Child Neuropsychology.
            Oxford: Blackwell.

Butterworth, B. (2008).
State-of-science review SR-D4: Dyscalculia. (PDF)
            In J. Beddington & et al. (eds.)
            Foresight Mental Capital and Mental Wellbeing
            Final Project Report
            Government Office for Science. London.

  


 
 
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Butterworth, B. (1986)
Neuroscience perspective on brain pathology. (Section 3.2)
            In M. Imbert et al. (eds.) Cognitive Science in Europe.
            Report to the Commission of the European Community.

Butterworth, B. (1991)
Report on the statement and interview attributed to Patrick Molloy
in the case of the murder of Carl Bridgewater.
            Prepared for Taylor Nichol, Solicitors.
            Submitted to the Home Secretary.

Butterworth, B. (2008)
State-of-science review: Dyscalculia. (PDF)
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Butterworth, B. (1973)
The science of silence.
            New Society, 26, 771-3.

Butterworth, B.
Dyslexia: Test yourself.
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Butterworth, B.
Minister with a blind spot.
            The Guardian: 30th November 1990: Page 31.

Butterworth, B.
Teaching excellence or learning effectiveness?
            UCL News, 3 No.3: 14 - 15, 1992.

Butterworth, B.
Fighting the enemy within.
A theatrical masterpiece is highlighting turmoil
that can torment stroke victims.
            The Guardian: 10th May 1994: II.5.

Butterworth, B.
Mathematical Notes:
The secret of genius is very hard work.
            The Independent: 20th April 1999: Page 7.

Butterworth, B.
Lion's pride in arithmetic.
            The Guardian: 5th May 1999.

Butterworth, B.
When brains don't count
            The Independent, Friday Review: 7th May 1999: Page 9.

Butterworth, B.
It's not as easy as one, two, three.
            The Independent: 14th April 2000: Page 8.

Butterworth, B.
Lost for words.
            The Guardian Saturday Review: 9th February 2002: Page 3.

Butterworth, B. & Tang, J.
Dyslexia has a language barrier.
            The Guardian: 23rd September 2004.

Butterworth, B.
What happens when you can't count past four?
            The Guardian: 21st October 2004.

Butterworth, B.
Counting the cost of difficulty with numbers
            Letter to The Financial Times: 22nd May 2010.

Butterworth, B.
Helping Poor Maths Learners Is Helping All of Us
            Discussion Point: 6th December 2010.

Butterworth, B.
Is Poor Maths Something We Should Worry About?
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Butterworth, B.
Talking off the top of one's head?
            Times Higher Education Supplement:
            22nd February 1991.

Butterworth, B.
Vocabulary duties:
            Times Higher Education Supplement: 10th May 1991.
            (G. Miller, The Science of Words, WH Freeman).

Butterworth, B.
Helping hands:
            Times Higher Education Supplement: 2nd April 1993.
            (D. McNeill, Hand and Mind: What Gestures reveal about Thought,
            University of Chicago Press).

Butterworth, B.
Experiments with words:
            Times Higher Education Supplement: 25th June 1993.
            (P. Quinlan, The Oxford Psycholinguistic Database, OUP).

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics on the streets:
            The Psychologist: 7th December 1994: 556.
            (T, Nunes, A. D. Schliemann & D. Carraher,
            Street Mathematics and School Mathematics, CUP).

Butterworth, B.
Figure heads:
            Nature, 391: Page 856: 26th February 1998.
            (S. Dehaene, The Number Sense:
            How the Mind makes Mathematics.
            New York: Oxford University Press).

  

 
 
 
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Interview by Alison Motluk
            New Scientist: 163: Pages 46-48. 3rd July 1999.

 
Interview by Stephen Luntz
            (Britannica) Australasian Scientist: October 1999.

 
Interview by Riccardo Chiaberge
            Corriere della Sera: 25th October 1999.

 
Interview by Gianpero Borella
            Panorama: 10th December 1999.

 
Interview by Asish Ranpura
            Brain Connection: March 2000.

 
Interview by Marcia D'Arcangelo
            Educational Leadership: November 2001.

 
Interview by Helen Joyce
            Plus Magazine: April 2002.

 
Interview by Macer Hall
            Sunday Telegraph: 14th April 2002.

 
Il gene della matematica:
            Giornale di Brescia: 10th September 2002.

 
Ho un calcolo nel cervello
            Gazzetta di Parma: 14th September 2002.

 
Interview by Fred Redwood
            Daily Mail: February 2003.

 
Interview by Kevin Friedl
            seedmagazine.com: 10th March 2006.

 
Interview by by Ker Than
            liveScience.com: 22nd March 2006.

 
Interview by Hilary Freeman
            The Times: 10th June 2006.

 
Interview by Bodil Andersson (in English)
            Dislexi Aktuellt on läs-och skrivsvårigheter:
            Årgång 11: Nr. 2: 4 - 6: 2006.

 
One in 20 may suffer effects of 'number blindness'.
Interview by Fiona Macleod
            The Scotsman: 15th April 2008.

 
Maths disability more common than dyslexia.
Interview by Richard Gray
            The Sunday Telegraph: 7th June 2008.

 
'Number blindness' more common than dyslexia.
Interview by Steve Connor
            The Independent: 8th June 2008.

 
We are natural born mathematicians.
Interview by Roger Highfield
            Daily Telegraph: 18th August 2008.

 
Numbers come before language, says study &
You don't need to count to be a maths genius.
Interviews by Brandon Keim
            Wired: 18th August 2008.

 
Researchers Say Numbers Aren't Needed To Count.
Interview by Randolph E. Schmid
            USA Today: 18th August 2008.

 
Brain's counting skill "built-in".
            BBC News Online: 19th August 2008.

 
The mathematician inside all of us.
            New Scientist: 20th August 2008.

 
Human Brain Has 'Built-In' Counting Skill.
            ANI Thaindian News: 20th August 2008.

 
Easy As 1, 2, 3. People Come into the World
Ready to Count Its Wonders.
            The Economist: 30th December 2008.

 
Why some people can't put two and two together
Interview by Laura Spinney
            New Scientist: 24th January 2009.

 
Learn maths to boost the economy, scientist advises
Interview by Laura Roberts
            Daily Telegraph: 18th November 2010.

 
Bad at Math - or is it dyscalculia?
Interview by Cari Nierenberg
            NBC News: 31st May 2011.

 
Dyscalculia: Number Games (PDF)
Interview by Ewen Callaway
            Nature News: 9th January 2013

 
Numbers Games Devised to Aid People with "Dyscalculia"
Ewen Callaway and Nature Magazine
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What's in a Number?
            Channel 4: 10th November 1996.

Science Now:
The Bilingual Brain.
            BBC Radio 4: 1997.

Outlook:
The Mathematical Brain.
            BBC World Service: 26th April 1999.

Tomorrow's World Plus:
The Mathematical Brain.
            BBC 1 TV: May 1999.

In Our Time:
The Mathematical Brain
            BBC Radio 4: 6th May 1999.

You and Yours:
The Mathematical Brain
            BBC Radio 4: 31st May 1999.

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The Mathematical Brain.
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Maths in the Brain
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Dyslexia
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Mathematics Gene (mp3)
            Australian Broadcasting Corporation: 18th November 2000.

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            BBC Radio 4. (& BBC World Service). 3rd July 2001.

Everywoman.
            BBC World Service. 9th July 2001.

To the Best of Our Knowledge.
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Reading in the brain.
            Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 18th August 2001.

The Brains Trust.
            BBC Radio 3. 27th November 2001.

More or Less.
            BBC Radio 4. 4th December 2001.

Woman's Hour.
            BBC Radio 4. 18th April 2002.

Tomorrow's World.
Number Blindness:
            BBC 1 TV 24th April 2002.

The Infinite Mind.
One Potato, Two Potato: Numbers and the Mind.
            PBS USA. 15th November 2002.

More or Less
            BBC Radio 4. 3rd December 2002.

More or Less
            BBC Radio 4. 25th February 2003. (mp3)
            (RealAudio after 18.28 minutes).

Altered Statesmen: Ronald Reagan:
            Discovery Channel. May 2003.

The Science Show with Robyn Williams
            Maths @ Bristol (mp3)
                  Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 27th September 2003.

Newsround
            BBC 1 TV. 3rd December 2003.

Inside Out
            Dyscalculia
                  BBC1 TV. 2nd February 2004.

Mind reading
            BBC Radio 4. December, 2004.

Dyscalculia. Child of our Time.
            BBC1 TV. January 2006.

Sixth Series on Parenting: Episode 4: Your Recipe for Success
            Dyscalculia Screener
                  BBC1 TV. 5th February 2006.

Science in Action
            A new understanding of how the brain deals with numbers. (mp3)
                  BBC World Service. 10th March 2006.

The Science Show with Robyn Williams
            How brains process sounds and do maths. (mp3)
                  Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 5th August, 2006.

Discovery: Generation Next
            Understanding the Teenage Brain. (mp3)
                  BBC World Service. 3rd December 2006.

More or Less
            Evolution of numerical abilities. (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 23rd April 2007.

Am I Normal?
            Programme 3: Maths. (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 18th March 2008.

The Science Show with Robyn Williams
            Are numbers wired into the human brain? (mp3)
                  Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 27th September 2008.

Horizon
            Who Do You Want Your Child To Be? (mov extract)
                  BBC2. 18th March 2009.

Discovery
            Numbers That Made the World: Episode 2. (mp3 extract)
                  BBC Word Service. 9th September 2009.

What's So Great About ... with Lenny Henry
            Series 2: Maths. (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 9th January 2010.

The ONE Show
            Dyscalculia.
                  BBC1. 21st January 2010.

Inside the Brain of a Five-Year Old. (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 29th March 2010.

The Today Show
            Business News With Adam Shaw. (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 18th November 2010.

Simon Mayo Drivetime
            OECD Report on "The High Cost of
            Low Educational Performance". (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 18th November 2010.

All in the Mind: Natasha Mitchell
            That Does Not Compute: the hidden affliction
            of dyscalculia. (mp3). (further.mp3).
                  Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 29th January 2011.

Drive with Tim Cox
            Adding up the cost of dyscalculia (mp3).
                  Australian Broadcasting Corporation Brisbane.
                  18th February 2011.

Today Programme
            Is dyscalculia as serious as dyslexia?
            With Marcus Du Sautoy (mp3)
                  BBC Radio 4. 27th May 2011.

Horizon Guide to Raising Kids: Laverne Antrobus
            Carrot or Stick? With David Baddiel (extract)
                  BBC4. 11th August 2011.

Land of the Rising Suns
            With Alex Bellos
                  BBC Radio 4. 29th October 2012.

The Infinite Monkey Cage
            Brain Science: Brian Cox, Robin Ince,
            & Jo Brand (podcast)
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Just Trial & Error
            Excerpt: The Hard Question
                  YouTube. 17th February 2010.

Institute of Education
            Bad at numbers: what's the brain got to with it?
                  University of Reading. 22nd March 2011.

Educating Together
            Sorry, Wrong Number with Alex Gabbay
                  The Mathematical Brain. 29th May 2011.

Numberphile
            Dyscalculia
                  YouTube. 24th July 2012.

Numberphile
            Numbers and Brains
                  YouTube. 26th January 2013.

tvunimore
            Numbers in the Brain and Maths Education (Q&A)
                  YouTube. 4th July 2013.

Kavli Foundation Spotlight Videocast
            The Brain or the Universe - Where Does Math Come from?
            With Bruce Lieberman, Max Tegmark & Raphael Nuñez
                  YouTube. 7th August 2013.

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Mind Zone: Millennium Dome
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Three Number Experiments
Explore@Bristol.
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            London International Documentary Film Festival: April 2010.
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Butterworth, B.
The developmental dyscalculia.
            Associazione Italiana Dislessia.
            Convegno: La Discalculia Evolutiva. Milan, October 1999

Butterworth, B.
Numeracy and dyscalculia.
            Montessori National Conference. October 1999.

Butterworth, B.
Our mathematical brain.
            MRC Cognition and Brain Unit, Cambridge.
            November, 1999.

Butterworth, B.
Number and language.
            Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
            December, 1999.

Butterworth, B.
Our mathematical brains.
            Imperial College London, December, 1999.

Butterworth, B.
Brain imaging of basic numerical processes.
            University of Melbourne, November 2000.

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the brain.
            London Guildhall University, November 2000.

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the brain.
            NTT Communication Science Laboratories,
            Atsugi, Japan. April, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the brain.
            LaTrobe University, Victoria, Australia. July, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
Interdisciplinary cognitive neuroscience.
            Royal Children's Hospital,
            Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. July, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
The architecture of numerical cognition:
Evidence from neurological patients.
            Santa Lucia Hospital,
            Rome, September, 2002.

Butterworth, B.
The man who could read (and write) only numbers
            Research Centre for Language Typology,
            La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia, October, 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia
            Blackburn and Darwen Local Education Authority. March 2003

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the brain.
            University of Manchester. March 2003

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia.
            Department for Education and Skills. February 2004

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia.
            Oxfordshire LEA Special Educational Needs. May 2004

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia.
            University of Maastricht, Netherlands.. June 2004

Butterworth, B.
The development of basic numeracy:
evidence from a very large scale study.
            University of Salzburg, Austria. June 2004

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia.
            All Party Parliamentary Group, House of Commons.
            London, November 2004

Butterworth, B.
Fear and loathing in mathematics.
            OECD Learning Sciences and Brain Research:
            Emotions & Learning and Education Seminar.
            Copenhagen, Denmark. November 2004

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia Diagnosis and Intervention
            Netherlands Dyslexia Institute, Annual Meeting.
            Arnhem, Netherlands, December 2004


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Butterworth, B.
Everybody counts but not everybody understands numbers:
the unrecognised handicap of dyscalculia
            Joint British Academy - British Psychological
            Society Annual Lecture.
            2005

Butterworth, B.
Developmental dyscalculia: origins and diagnosis
            La Bicocca University,
            Milan, Italy. January 2005

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: what it is and what to do about it.
            Independent Schools Council. Swindon. May 2005

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: a practical application of neuroscience to education.
            Uppsala universitet.
            Uppsala, Sweden. October 2005

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the brain: Where genes and culture collide.
            Winton Capital Management Lecture.
            London, April 2006

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: a practical application of neuroscience to education.
            Hertfordshire CC Development Centre. May 2006

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia, numbers and the brain.
            Department of Physiology, Oxford. October, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Neurocognitive basis of number.
            Faculty of Education, Cambridge. October, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Neuroscience and mathematics education.
            Ministry of Education, Havana, Cuba. November, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Language and number: Whorf or Locke?
            Department of Anthropology,
            London School of Economics. December, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Numbers in the brain.
            Department of Psychology, Sussex University. December, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Numbers in the brain.
            Lighthill Institute of Mathematical Sciences. December, 2006

Butterworth, B.
Numbers in the brain.
            Department of Experimental Psychology,
            Oxford. January 2007

Butterworth, B.
Four lectures on neuroscience and education.
            Dalian University of Technology.
            International Master's Series.
            Dalian, China. May, 2007

Butterworth, B.
Numerical Cognition: Perspectives from Anthropology,
Development, Neuropsychology, and Neuroimaging.
Are counting words necessary for developing
the concept of exact number? Evidence
from Australian aborigines.
            Ghent, April, 2008.

Butterworth, B.
Understanding mathematics disabilities.
            Education Bureau.
            Hong Kong. June, 2009.

Butterworth, B.
Neurobiological basis of numbers and arithmetic.
            Hong Kong University.
            Hong Kong. June, 2009.

Butterworth, B.
Numbers in the Brain: Overview.
            A Meeting in honour of Professor Brian Butterworth.
            Queen Square, London. November 2010.


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The mathematical brain: dyscalculia causes,
identification and intervention.
            Learning and Teaching Scotland
            7th Adult Numeracy Seminar.
            Stirling, Scotland. February 2011.

Butterworth, B.
Numbers and space in the parietal lobes and elsewhere.
            Melbourne University,.
            Melbourne, Australia. February, 2011.

Butterworth, B.
Numbers and space in the parietal lobes and elsewhere.
            Queensland University.
            Queensland, Australia. February, 2011.

Butterworth, B.
The Learning Brain. Discussant.
            Cambridge Science Festival.
            Cambridge, UK. March, 2011.

Butterworth, B.
Bad at numbers: what's the brain got to with it?
            Institute of Education. University of Reading.
            22nd March 2011.

Butterworth, B.
Numbers, space and time.
            Grenoble University.
            Grenoble, France. February 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Neuroscience: implications for maths education.
            Reading University.
            Reading, England. February 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Number, space and time.
            Glasgow University.
            Glasgow, February 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            University of Luxembourg.
            Luxembourg. February 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: brains, genes and education.
            Centre for Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience.
            UCL. London, February 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            Cornwall Dyslexia Association.
            Wadebridge, Cornwall. March 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Genetics and ontogenetics and of arithmetical abilities
and disabilities.
            University of Pedagogical Sciences.
            Havana, Cuba. April 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Seven lectures on mathematical cognition.
            Beijing Normal University.
            Beijing, China. June, 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Ontogenetics and genetics of arithmetical abilities
and disabilities.
            Cambridge University.
            Cambridge, UK. September 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            British Dyslexia Association. l
            Wellington School, Surrey, UK. October 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            Dyslexia Association of Singapore
            Singapore. November, 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Arithmetic and the learner.
            National Cheng Chi University.
            Taiwan. November 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Ontogenetics and genetics of arithmetical abilities
and disabilities.
            National Cheng Chi University.
            Taiwan. November 2012.

Butterworth, B.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            British Dyslexia Association.
            London, February 2013.

Butterworth, B.
Unravelling the mathematical brain and Dysclaculia:
from brain to education.
            Marie Curie-Sklodowska University.
            Lublin, Poland. March 2013.

Butterworth, B.
Fundamental processes in numerical representation:
reflections on some Piagetian themes.
            Piaget Archives, University of Geneva.
            Geneva, Switzerland. April 2013.

Butterworth, B.
Workshop on acalculia rehabilitation. The assessment and
rehabilitation of developmental and acquired acalculia.
Cross-fertilization between different domains
            Ospedale San Camillo.
            Venice, Italy. July 2013.

Butterworth, B.
Science of dyscalculia and Identifying dyscalculic learners.
            Bournemouth's Learning Support Service.
            Bournemouth, UK. October 2013.

Butterworth, B.
Can Fish Count?
            Lunchtime Lecture, University College London.
            London,. January 2014.

Butterworth, B.
Biological basis of numerical abilities.
            National Cheng Chi University.
            Taiwan. February 2014.

  


 
 
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Butterworth, B. & Good, D.
Ambiguity: Psychological perspectives on a
conversational phenomenon.
            British Sociological Association. Multidisciplinary Conference on
            Interaction and Language Use. Plymouth, England. July, 1984.

Butterworth, B.
Developmental and acquired dyslexia.
            TLH-Kursen Neurolingustik. Goteberg, Sweden. August, 1984.

Butterworth, B.
Syntactic and lexical processes in aphasia.
            TLH-Kursen Neurolingustik. Goteberg, Sweden. August, 1984.

Butterworth, B., Shallice, T. & Watson, F.
Short-term retention of sentences without "short-term memory".
            Neuropsychological impariments of short-term memory.
            Villa Olmo, Como, Italy. September, 1987.

Butterworth, B.
Patterns of aphasic speech in different languages.
            Australian Association of Speech and Hearing, Melbourne.
            October 1988.

Butterworth, B. & Howard, D.
Principles of rehabilitation in dysphasia (PDF)
            Neurorehabilitation. European Neurology Society.
            Brighton, 1990.

Butterworth, B.
Why does cross-cultural research matter in theory and practice?
            London Dyslexia Association Conference. Institute of Neurology.
            London, November, 1990.

Butterworth, B.
How many lexicons? Static and dynamic approaches to an answer.
            Belgian Psychological Society meeting,
            The production and perception of
            spoken language. Louvain-la-Neuve. March 1992.
            (Invited opening address).

Butterworth, B.
Neural organisation and writing systems. (PDF)
            European Science Foundation Second Workshop on Written
            Language and Literacy.
            Wassenaar, The Netherlands, October 1993.

Butterworth, B.
Disorders of sentence production.
            Royal Society Discussion Meeting,
            Language Acquisition and Dissolution.
            London, April 1994.

Butterworth, B.
Trying to bridge the gap betwen phonological representations
and phonetic realisation.
            1st Annual Innsbruck Neuropsychology Conference on Language
            and Language Disorders. Innsbruck, Austria, January 21, 1995.

Butterworth, B.
Acquired dyslexia in Chinese speakers.
New Methods in Comparative Aphasiology.
            1995 Linguistic Institute. Albuquerque, NM. June, 1995.

Butterworth, B.
Language and numbers: Separate cognitive domains?
            Language and Mathematical Thinking:
            Current Issues in Developmental,
            Neuropsychological and Educational Research.
            London. September, 1995.

Girelli, L & Butterworth, B.
Finger counting in adulthood.
            Language and Mathematical Thinking:
            Current Issues in Developmental,
            Neuropsychological and Educational Research.
            London. September, 1995.

Butterworth, B.
Types of Numbers: A neuropsychological perspective.
            Associazione Italiana per la Ricerca e Intervento
            nella Psicopatologia dell'Apprendimento:
            I disturbi di Ragionamento e di Appredimento.
            Matematico. Trieste, Italy, October 1995.

Wydell, T. N. & Butterworth, B.
A Japanese-English bilingual with monolingual dyslexia.
            International Conference on Neurolinguistics and Bilingualism.
            London. December, 1995.
            (New Scientist, 20 January 1996, Number 2013, p 14).

Butterworth, B.
Gesture and speech: a new approach.
            Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology.
            Bressanone, Italy. January, 1998.

Butterworth, B.
Our mathematical brains.
            BPS Developmental Section. Nottingham.
            September, 1999.

Butterworth, B.& Skuse, D.
Mathematical development in individuals with Turner's Syndrome.
            Language, reasoning and early mathematical development.
            London, September, 1999. (Keynote).


 
 
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Butterworth, B.
The origins of our mathematical intelligence.
            International Meeting "La Mente".
            Urbino, Italy, April, 2000.

Butterworth, B.
Is there a dyscalculia genotype?
            British Dyslexia Association: Training for Trainers.
            Manchester, 20 May 2000.

Butterworth, B.
Deterioro de las funciones de cálculo.
            Deterioro de las funciones de cálculo.
            Aportaciones de la neuropsicologia al diagnostico.
            Universidad Complutense de Madrid. June 2000.

Butterworth, B.
Dyslexia and dyscalculia.
            The 5th British Dyslexia Association International Conference:
            Dyslexia: At the Dawn of the New Century. York, May, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
Number words and other words.
            The Science of Aphasia: From theory to therapy.
            Euresco Conference. Giens, France. September, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
The architecture of mathematical cognition:
Evidence from neurological patients.
            Autumn School of Neuroscience, October, 2001.

Butterworth, B.
Theories of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia:
Tallskek og skrivevegring: Internasjonal konferanse
om lese-skrive-og matemaikkvansker for voksne.
(PDF)
            VOX Voksenopplæ- ringsinstituttet, Oslo. April, 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Mathematics and the Brain:
Opening Address to the Mathematical Association.
(PDF)
            Reading, April, 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Neural representations of cardinality, ordinality and quantity.
            The Cognitive foundation of mathematics.
            Rome, September 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Screening for dyscalculia: a new approach. (PDF)
            Mathematical Difficulties:
            Psychology, Neuroscience and Interventions.
            Oxford, September 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia - Introduction to specific learning
difficulties with number concepts.
            Special Needs London. London, October 2002.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: diagnosis and intervention.
            First International Symposium on Learning Therapy.
            Kyoto, December 2002.

Bevan, A. & Butterworth, B.
The London Dyscalculia Study.
            OECD Brain Research & Learning Sciences Workshop,
            Boston, MA, January 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Eight arguments for the innateness of a capacity for numerosity.
            AHRB Conference Cutlure and the Innate Mind.
            Sheffield, July 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: diagnosis and intervention.
            OECD Educational Neuroscience Meeting.
            Orsay, September 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Brain systems of numerosity and the origins of dyscalculia.
            Workshop on the Educational Neurosciences.
            Utrecht, September 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Brain systems of numerosity and the origins of dyscalculia.
            RWTH
            Aachen, September, 2003.

Butterworth, B.
The development of basic numeracy :
Evidence from a very large scale study.
            NTT-UCL Joint Workshop.
            Kyoto, October, 2003.

Butterworth, B.
The development of basic numeracy :
Evidence from a very large scale study.
            British Association for the Advancement of Science.
            Salford, October 2003

Butterworth, B.
Math in Motion.
            TERC Conference: Interdisciplinary Seminar on
            Perception, Body Motion, and Mathematics Learning.
            Sturbridge, MA. October, 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Where do numbers come from?
            Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies,
            Cambridge. November, 2003.

Butterworth, B.
Functional anatomy of mathematical processing.
            Anatomy Society Annual Meeting,
            Egham, January 2004.

Butterworth, B.
Is dyscalculia due to a "defective number module"?
            OECD-Ceri Second Literacy and Numeracy Network Meeting.
            El Escorial, Spain. March 2004.

Butterworth, B.
Architecture of mathematical Cognition.
            First Congress of the European Neuropsychological Societies,
            Modena (Italy), April 2004.

Butterworth, B.
Functional anatomy of numerical processing.
            ASIC,
            Italy, July 2004.

Butterworth, B.
Biological origins of mathematical knowledge.
            Mathematical Knowledge Conference,
            Cambridge, July 2004.


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Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: an example of neuroscience applied to education.
            BPS-Nuffield Foundation Psychology's
            input into maths education.
            London. June 2005.

Butterworth, B.
The neuropsychological approach to numerical competences.
            Numbra Summer School. Erice,
            Italy, June 2005.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia as a cognitive endophenotype.
            ICON 9,
            Havana, Cuba. September 2005.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: an example of neuroscience applied to education.
            ESRC-TLRP Meeting on Neuroscience and Education.
            Oxford. October 2005.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: a practical application of neuroscience to education.
            The Third Nordic Research Conference on Special
            Needs Education in Mathematics.
            Aalborg, Denmark, November 2005 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: Strategies for Success.
            PATOSS (Professional Association of Teachers of Students
            with Specific Learning Difficulties) Annual Conference.
            London, March 2006 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Numbers in the brain and maths education.
            American Educational Research Association, Annual
            Conference, Presidential Symposium.
            San Francisco, USA. April 2006.

Butterworth, B.
Se l'arimetica è innata, perché insegnarla?
Le difficoltà di apprendimento in matematica.
            Reggio Emilia, Italy, April 2006 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Do numerical concepts depend on possession of language?
            Workshop on Philosophical
            and Psychological Perspectives on Number.
            Vrije Universiteit Brussel. May 2006.

Butterworth, B.
Arithmetic and the brain:
Dyscalculia, an unrecognised handicap
.
            International Child Neurology Congress.
            Montreal, Canada. June, 2006.

Butterworth, B.
Neuroscience and education.
            Japan Psychological Association.
            Fukuoka, Japan, November, 2006 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Neuroimaging and cognitive development:
an important topic for the future.
            First British-Cuban Workshop on Neuroimaging:
            Techniques and Applications.
            Havana, Cuba, November, 2006 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Number vocabulary and the concept of number:
evidence from indigenous Australia.
            Language in Cognition - Cognition in Language.
            Aarhus, Denmark, November 2007 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Bridging the Gap between Findings about Children's Mathematical
Development and their Application to Educational Practice.
            Conference: Neuroscience ~ Instruction ~ Learning,
            German Federal Ministry of Education & Research.,
            Berlin, November 2007 (Keynote).

Butterworth, B.
Numeracy and the Brain. Understanding the Brain:
The birth of a learning science.
            Department for Children Schools and Families
            (DCSF), the UK and Centre for Educational
            Research and Innovation (CERI),
            OECD. London, December 2007 (Keynote)

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia: Theory, diagnosis and intervention.
            2008 Nordic Dyslexia Congress.
            Stockholm, August 2008.

Butterworth, B.
Neurobiology of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia.
            Berlin, September, 2008.

Butterworth, B.
Dyscalculia. Assessment of learning barriers in Mathematics.
            Sørlandet Centre for Special Needs Support.
            Kristiansand, Norway. November, 2008.

Butterworth, B.
Music, language and number.
            International Neuropsychology Symposium.
            Dubrovnik, Croatia, June, 2009.

Butterworth, B. & Laurillard, D.
Low numeracy and dyscalculia: Identification and intervention.
            International Workshop on "Education, Cognition &
            Neuroscience: A cognitive science approach to
            knowledge acquisition and Schooling."
            Rovereto, Italy, October, 2009.

Butterworth, B.
Studies of enumeration and arithmetic in indigenous Australia,
            Trieste, Italy, November, 2009.

B. Butterworth & T. Iuculano.
Understanding the real value of fractions,
            SEPEX joint conference,
            Granada, Spain. April, 2010.

B. Butterworth & D. Laurillard.
A New Approach to Dyscalculia Intervention Using Adaptive Learning Technologies,
            American Educational Research Association,
            Denver, Colorado, April, 2010.

B. Butterworth.
Developmental dyscalculia: causes, identification,
recognition and intervention,
            European Educational Research in Learning and Instruction,
            Zurich, Switzerland. June, 2010 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Low numeracy and dyscalculia: cognitive theory,
neuroscience, and intervention,
            British Journal of Educational Psychology Current Trends
            Conference Series 2010: Educational Neuroscience,
            London, June 2010 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Numerical development and dyscalculia,
            Attention & Performance: Space, Time, and Number:
            Cerebral Foundations of Mathematical Intuitions,
            Paris, France. July 2010 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
(1) Neural and genetic basis of dyscalculia
(2) Dyscalculia: identification, intervention and educational policy
            Symposium: Mathematics Education and the Brain,
            Taipei, Taiwan. July 2010 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Number and space in the parietal lobes and elsewhere
            ESF International Symposium on Parietal Lobe Functions,
            Amsterdam, September 2010 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Stability and Change in Basic Numerical Capacities and the Foundations of Arithmetic,
            KogWis 2010,
            Potsdam, Germany, October 2010 (Keynote).


 
 
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B. Butterworth.
The mathematical brain.
            Svenska Dyslexiföreningen: Specialpedagogiska skolmyndigheten.
            Gothenborg, Sweden. January 2011 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
The mathematical brain: dyscalculia - causes, identification, intervention.
            Svenska Dyslexiföreningen och Specialpedagogiska
            skolmyndigheten inbjuder till utbildningskonferensen:
            Matematiksvå righeter och möjligheter.
            Gothenburg, Sweden. January 2011. (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            British Dyslexia Association.
            Harrogate, UK. June 2011 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            International Congress The Quality of School Inclusion.
            Rimini, Italy. November 2011 (Lectio magistralis).

Butterworth, B. & Laurillard, D.
Educational neuroscience: what's in it for the neuroscientist?
            European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology.
            Bressanone, Italy. January 2012.

B. Butterworth.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            Specialpedagogen & Lgr 11 - Matematik -
            och språkutveckling i den nya skolan.
            Stockholm, Sweden. January 2012.

B. Butterworth.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            XXIX Congresso Nazionale C.N.I.S. (Associazione per il
            Coordinamento Nazionale degli Insegnanti Specializzati e
            la ricerca sulle situazioni di handicap).
            Vicenza, Italy, March 2012 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Dyscalculia: from brain to education.
            The First International Conference on Dyscalculia /
            Maths Learning Disabilities.
            London, April 2012 (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Brains, genes and dyscalculia.
           TES (Times Educational Supplement) North.
            Manchester, UK. April 2012.

B. Butterworth.
The ontogenetics and genetics of arithmetical ability.
            2012 Beijing International Conference on the Neuroscience
            of Mathematical Cognition and Learning.
            Beijing, China. June 2012. (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
The genetics and ontogenetics of dyscalculia.
Making Sense of Numbers.
            Oxford University.
            Oxford, England. July 2012.

B. Butterworth.
The ontogenetics and the genetics of mathematical
disabilities and abilities.
            The first Cambridge Conference and Workshop on
            Developmental Dyscalculia.
            Cambridge, England. September 2012.

B. Butterworth.
The mathematical brain.
            Svenska Dyslexifšreningen och Specialpedagogiska
            skolmyndigheten inbjuder till utbildningskonferensen:
            Matematiksvårigheter och möjligheter.
            Stockholm, Sweden. September, 2012.

B. Butterworth.
Number and space: some reflections.
            Interactions between Space, Time and Number:
            20 Years of Research.
            Paris, France. February 2013.

B. Butterworth.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            AMBLE Reading, mathematics and the developing brain.
            Gothenburg, Sweden. May 2013.

B. Butterworth.
The mathematical brain and numeracy.
            MERGA (Mathematics Education Research Group of Australia).
            Melbourne, Australia, July 2013. (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
The ontogenetics and the genetics of mathematical
disabilities and abilities.
            Associazione Italiana di Psicologia.
            Rome, Italy. September 2013. (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            European Dyslexia Association.
            VŠxjš, Sweden. September 2013. (Keynote).

B. Butterworth.
Arithmetic and the dyslexic student.
            Entwicklungstšrungen Schulischer. Fertigkeiten.
            Munich, Germany. November 2013 .


 
 
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