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Lozano M. D. (2005) Mathematics learning: Ideas from neuroscience and the enactivist approach to cognition. For the Learning of Mathematics 25(3): 24–27. Fulltext at
Excerpt: How do people learn mathematics? How is individual learning related to collective knowledge? What part does biology play in learning processes? What is the influence of the social context on the learning of mathematics? My thinking around these issues has been shaped by ideas coming from biology and neuroscience, particularly those related to the enactive approach to cognition. Ideas emerging from these theories emphasise the complexity of the nature of cognition and learning.

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