Elizabeth M. Brannon

Duke University, Durham, NC 
 Psychology University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
"Elizabeth Brannon"
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Herbert S. Terrace grad student 2000 Columbia
 (The ordinal numerical abilities of rhesus monkeys.)


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Klaus Libertus research assistant Duke
Ryan J. Brady research assistant 2012-2014 Duke
Rosa Li grad student Duke
Kerry Jordan grad student 2007 Duke
Jessica F. Cantlon grad student 2003-2007 Duke
Melissa E. Libertus grad student 2010 Duke
Sarah M. Jones grad student 2012 Duke
David J. Paulsen grad student 2007-2012 Duke
Sara J. Cordes post-doc Duke
Jamie Roitman post-doc Duke
Evan L. MacLean research scientist 2004-2007 Duke (PsychTree)
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DeWind NK, Bonner MF, Brannon EM. (2020) Similarly oriented objects appear more numerous. Journal of Vision. 20: 4
Starr A, Tomlinson RC, Brannon EM. (2018) The Acuity and Manipulability of the ANS Have Separable Influences on Preschoolers' Symbolic Math Achievement. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2554
Bugden S, Woldorff MG, Brannon EM. (2018) Shared and distinct neural circuitry for nonsymbolic and symbolic double-digit addition. Human Brain Mapping
DeWind NK, Park J, Woldorff MG, et al. (2018) Numerical encoding in early visual cortex. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Park J, DeWind NK, Brannon EM. (2017) Direct and rapid encoding of numerosity in the visual stream. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e185
Starr A, DeWind NK, Brannon EM. (2017) The contributions of numerical acuity and non-numerical stimulus features to the development of the number sense and symbolic math achievement. Cognition. 168: 222-233
Park J, van den Berg B, Chiang C, et al. (2017) Developmental trajectory of neural specialization for letter and number visual processing. Developmental Science
Fornaciai M, Brannon EM, Woldorff MG, et al. (2017) Numerosity processing in early visual cortex. Neuroimage
Li R, Roberts RC, Huettel SA, et al. (2017) Five-year-olds do not show ambiguity aversion in a risk and ambiguity task with physical objects. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
Bugden S, DeWind NK, Brannon EM. (2016) Using cognitive training studies to unravel the mechanisms by which the approximate number system supports symbolic math ability. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 10: 73-80
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