Denis Mareschal

Birkbeck College, University of London, London, England, United Kingdom 
"Denis Mareschal"
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Dumontheil I, Brookman-Byrne A, Tolmie AK, et al. (2022) Neural and Cognitive Underpinnings of Counterintuitive Science and Maths Reasoning in Adolescence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-25
Csink V, Gliga T, Mareschal D. (2021) Remembering nothing: Encoding and memory processes involved in representing empty locations. Memory & Cognition
Brzozowska A, Longo MR, Mareschal D, et al. (2021) Capturing touch in parent-infant interaction: A comparison of methods. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies. 26: 494-514
Csink V, Mareschal D, Gliga T. (2021) Does surprise enhance infant memory? Assessing the impact of the encoding context on subsequent object recognition. Infancy : the Official Journal of the International Society On Infant Studies
Rocha S, Southgate VH, Mareschal D. (2020) Infant Spontaneous Motor Tempo. Developmental Science. e13032
Wilkinson HR, Smid C, Morris S, et al. (2020) Domain-Specific Inhibitory Control Training to Improve Children's Learning of Counterintuitive Concepts in Mathematics and Science. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement : Towards the Integration of Theory and Practice. 4: 296-314
D'Souza H, Lathan A, Karmiloff-Smith A, et al. (2020) Down syndrome and parental depression: A double hit on early expressive language development. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 100: 103613
Broadbent H, Osborne T, Mareschal D, et al. (2020) Are two cues always better than one? The role of multiple intra-sensory cues compared to multi-cross-sensory cues in children's incidental category learning. Cognition. 199: 104202
Massonnié J, Frasseto P, Mareschal D, et al. (2020) Learning in Noisy Classrooms: Children’s Reports of Annoyance and Distraction from Noise are Associated with Individual Differences in Mind-Wandering and Switching skills: Environment and Behavior. 1391652095027
Massonnié J, Frasseto P, Mareschal D, et al. (2020) Scientific Collaboration with Educators: Practical Insights from an in‐Class Noise‐Reduction Intervention Mind, Brain, and Education. 14: 303-316
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