Lisa Feigenson

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Emmanuel Dupoux post-doc 2003-2004 EHESS

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Dominic James Gibson research assistant 2010-2011 Johns Hopkins
Darko Odic grad student Johns Hopkins (PsychTree)
Rebecca D. Rosenberg post-doc 2008- Johns Hopkins
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Wang JJ, Feigenson L. (2019) Infants recognize counting as numerically relevant\. Developmental Science. e12805
Wang JJ, Halberda J, Feigenson L. (2017) Approximate number sense correlates with math performance in gifted adolescents. Acta Psychologica. 176: 78-84
Wang JJ, Odic D, Halberda J, et al. (2017) Better together: Multiple lines of evidence for a link between approximate and exact number representations: A reply to Merkley, Matejko, and Ansari. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 153: 168-172
Libertus ME, Odic D, Feigenson L, et al. (2016) The precision of mapping between number words and the approximate number system predicts children's formal math abilities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 150: 207-226
Pailian H, Libertus ME, Feigenson L, et al. (2016) Visual working memory capacity increases between ages 3 and 8 years, controlling for gains in attention, perception, and executive control. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Wang JJ, Odic D, Halberda J, et al. (2016) Changing the precision of preschoolers' approximate number system representations changes their symbolic math performance. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 147: 82-99
Kibbe MM, Feigenson L. (2015) Infants use temporal regularities to chunk objects in memory. Cognition. 146: 251-263
Stahl AE, Feigenson L. (2015) Cognitive development. Observing the unexpected enhances infants' learning and exploration. Science (New York, N.Y.). 348: 91-4
Zosh JM, Feigenson L. (2015) Array heterogeneity prevents catastrophic forgetting in infants. Cognition. 136: 365-80
Kibbe MM, Feigenson L. (2015) Young children 'solve for x' using the Approximate Number System. Developmental Science. 18: 38-49
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