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Quantity comes before the evolution of language
The principle of abstraction
Everything can be counted
Habituation and dishabituation
Visual exploration of new images and familiar images
Labelling the visual abilities through verbal ones
The stable-order principle
One, two, three... and their exact order
The principle of bijective mapping
For each item, a word-number
The order-irrelevance principle
The cardinality is not linked to the order
Detachment from physical reality during the counting of objects
Associate a given quantity with number-words or the Arabic numbers
Capability and a number correctly
The importance of numerical grammar
The repetition of operations available for a long time in memory
Cardinality, order and labels
A number has different and complex functions
The cardinality principle
The cardinality of the set, in the last item counted
Analogous, visual-Arabic, verbal
Over-counting and under-counting
Errors in counting
Underestimation of the number
When you count an object several times there is an overestimation
Wrong sequence of number-words
The set ascending order is not followed