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Charles Randy Gallistel grad student 2000-2005 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Rochel Gelman grad student 2000-2005 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Nonverbal rate computations in humans.)
Elizabeth M. Brannon post-doc Duke
Warren H. Meck post-doc 2005- Duke
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Savelkouls S, Cordes S. (2020) The impact of set size on cumulative area judgments. Acta Psychologica. 210: 103163
Savelkouls S, Hurst MA, Cordes S. (2020) Preschoolers' number knowledge relates to spontaneous focusing on number for small, but not large, sets. Developmental Psychology. 56: 1879-1893
Patalano AL, Zax A, Williams K, et al. (2020) Intuitive symbolic magnitude judgments and decision making under risk in adults. Cognitive Psychology. 118: 101273
Cordes S. (2020) Even bees know zero is less than one. Learning & Behavior. 47: 187-188
Xing C, Paul J, Zax A, et al. (2019) Probability range and probability distortion in a gambling task. Acta Psychologica. 197: 39-51
Hamamouche K, Cordes S. (2019) Learning about time: Knowledge of formal timing symbols is related to individual differences in temporal precision. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 46: 117-126
Posid T, Cordes S. (2019) The effect of multimodal information on children's numerical judgments. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 182: 166-186
Hamamouche K, Cordes S. (2019) Number, time, and space are not singularly represented: Evidence against a common magnitude system beyond early childhood. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 26: 833-854
Savelkouls S, Cordes S. (2019) Numerical intuitions in infancy: Give credit where credit is due. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e189
Gordon R, Chernyak N, Cordes S. (2019) Get to the point: Preschoolers’ spontaneous gesture use during a cardinality task Cognitive Development. 52: 100818
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