The International Handbook on Dyscalculia and Mathematics Learning Difficulties: An overview *Steve Chinn *

1.How can cognitive developmental neuroscience constrain our understanding of developmental dyscalculia? *Stephanie Bugden and Daniel Ansari *

2.Number Difficulties in Young Children: Deficits in Core Number? *Robert A. Reeve; Sarah Gray *

3. Sets and digits: How are they processed by children with typical and atypical numerical cognition? Evidence from brain and behaviour *Vivian Reigosa-Crespo; Danilka Castro *

4. When and why numerosity processing is associated with developmental dyscalculia *Xinlin Zhou; Dazhi Cheng *

5. Predictive indicators for mathematical learning disabilities/dyscalculia in kindergarten children *Annemie Desoete *

6. The link between mathematics and logical reasoning: Implications for research and education *Denes Szucs; Kinga Morsanyi *

7.How specific is the specific disorder of arithmetic skills? *Karin Landerl *

8. Arithmetic Difficulties of Children with Hearing Impairment *Gowramma, I.P.*

9. Arithmetic Difficulties among Socially Disadvantaged Children and Children with Dyscalculia *Ramaa S *

10. Meeting the needs of the ‘bottom eighty per cent’ – Towards an inclusive mathematics curriculum in Uganda *Tandi Clausen-May *

11. Dyscalculia in Arabic speaking children: Assessment and intervention practices *John Everatt; Abdessatar Mahfoudhi; Mowafak Al-Manabri; Gad Elbeheri *

12. Mathematics Learning and Its Difficulties among Chinese Children in Hong Kong *Connie Suk-Han Ho; Terry Tin-Yau Wong; Winnie Wai Lan Chan *

13. The Acquisition of Mathematics Skills of Filipino Children with Learning Difficulties: Issues and Challenges *Sherlynmay Hamak; Jai Astilla Hazelle; P. Preclaro *

14. The Enigma of Dyscalculia *Jane Emerson *

15. Deep Diagnosis, Focused Instruction, and Expanded Math Horizons *R B Ashlock *

16. Preschool Children’s Quantitative Knowledge and Long-Term Risk for Functional Innumeracy *David C. Geary *

17. Learning Disabilities: Mathematics Characteristics and Instructional Exemplars *Diane Pedrotty Bryant; Brian R. Bryant; Mikyung Shin; Kathleen Hughes Pfannenstiel;*

18. Targeted interventions for children with difficulties in learning mathematics *Ann Dowker; Peter Morris *

19. Focused MLD intervention based on the classification of MLD subtypes *Giannis N. Karagiannakis; G. N.; Cooreman, A. *

20. Numbersense: A Window into Dyscalculia and other Mathematics Difficulties *Mahesh C. Sharma *

21. The Center for Improving Learning of Fractions: A Progress Report *Robert Siegler; Lynn Fuchs; Nancy Jordan; Russell Gersten; Rob Ochsendorf *

22. Lights and Shadows of Mental Arithmetic: Analysis of cognitive processes in typical and atypical development *Sara Caviola; Daniela Lucangeli *

23. Teacher Training : Solving the problem *Judy Hornigold *

24. Mathematics Anxiety, Working Memory, and Mathematical Performance: The Triple Task Effect and the Affective Drop in Performance *Alex M. Moore; Amy J. McAuley; Gabriel A. Allred; Mark H. Ashcraft *

25. Mathematical resilience: What is it and why is it important? *Clare Lee; Sue Johnston-Wilder *

26. Linguistic factors in the development of basic calculation *Chris Donlan *

27. Promoting Word Problem Solving Performance Amongst Students With Mathematics Difficulties: The Role of Strategy instruction that Primes the Problem Structure *Asha K. Jitendra; Danielle N. Dupuis; Amy E. Lein *

28. Mathematical Storyteller Kings and Queens: an alternative pedagogical choice to facilitate mathematical thinking and understand children’s mathematical capabilities *Caroline McGrath *

29. The Effects of Computer Technology on Primary School Students’ Mathematics Achievement: a Meta-analysis *Egbert Harskamp *

30. Representing, Acting, and Engaging: UDL and Mathematics *Elizabeth Murray; Garron Hillaire; Mindy Johnson; Gabrielle Rappolt-Schlichtmann *

31. Dyscalculia in Higher Education: systems, support and student strategies *Clare Trott *