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Jessica F. Cantlon

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Brain & Cognitive Sciences
"Jessica Cantlon"
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Herbert S. Terrace research assistant 2001-2003 Columbia
Elizabeth M. Brannon grad student 2003-2007 Duke
 (The cognitive and neural roots of mathematical knowledge.)
Kevin A. Pelphrey post-doc 2007- Duke


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Eshin Jolly research assistant Rochester
Rosa Li research assistant Rochester
Vy A. Vo research assistant 2011-2013 Rochester
Elizabeth A. Shay grad student 2017- Rochester
Alyssa J. Kersey grad student 2013-2018 Rochester
Stephen Ferrigno grad student 2014-2018 Rochester
Marie Amalric post-doc 2017-2020 Carnegie Mellon
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Amalric M, Cantlon JF. (2023) Entropy, complexity, and maturity in children's neural responses to naturalistic video lessons. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 163: 14-25
Amalric M, Cantlon JF. (2022) Common Neural Functions during Children's Learning from Naturalistic and Controlled Mathematics Paradigms. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-19
Bryer MAH, Koopman SE, Cantlon JF, et al. (2022) The evolution of quantitative sensitivity. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 377: 20200529
Pitt B, Ferrigno S, Cantlon JF, et al. (2021) Spatial concepts of number, size, and time in an indigenous culture. Science Advances. 7
Ferrigno S, Huang Y, Cantlon JF. (2021) Reasoning Through the Disjunctive Syllogism in Monkeys. Psychological Science. 956797620971653
Ferrigno S, Cheyette SJ, Piantadosi ST, et al. (2020) Recursive sequence generation in monkeys, children, U.S. adults, and native Amazonians. Science Advances. 6: eaaz1002
Cantlon JF. (2019) The balance of rigor and reality in developmental neuroscience. Neuroimage. 116464
Koopman SE, Arre AM, Piantadosi ST, et al. (2019) One-to-one correspondence without language. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190495
Kersey AJ, Csumitta KD, Cantlon JF. (2019) Gender similarities in the brain during mathematics development. Npj Science of Learning. 4: 19
Kersey AJ, Wakim KM, Li R, et al. (2019) Developing, mature, and unique functions of the child's brain in reading and mathematics. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 39: 100684
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