Participants were presented with two number words in the single-digit range, positioned to the left and right-hand side of the screen, and instructed to select the numerically larger number word by pressing the corresponding response pad button. Similar to the Arabic digit comparison task, two numerical distances were administered: near-distance trials (i.e., distance 1; e.g., “three” vs “four”) and far-distance trials (i.e., distances 4–5, e.g., “two” vs “seven”).

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