Dror Dotan, PhD

Affiliations: 
2010- Education Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel 
 2010-2017 Neurospin CEA/Inserm U992 
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Dotan D, Dehaene S. (2020) Parallel and serial processes in number-to-quantity conversion. Cognition. 204: 104387
Dotan D, Pinheiro-Chagas P, Al Roumi F, et al. (2019) Track It to Crack It: Dissecting Processing Stages with Finger Tracking. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Al Roumi F, Dotan D, Yang T, et al. (2019) Acquisition and processing of an artificial mini-language combining semantic and syntactic elements. Cognition. 185: 49-61
Dotan D, Friedmann N. (2018) Separate mechanisms for number reading and word reading: Evidence from selective impairments. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Dotan D, Meyniel F, Dehaene S. (2018) Corrigendum to "On-line confidence monitoring during decision making" [Cognition 171 (2018) 112-121]. Cognition
Pinheiro-Chagas P, Dotan D, Piazza M, et al. (2017) Finger Tracking Reveals the Covert Stages of Mental Arithmetic. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 1: 30-41
Dotan D, Friedmann N. (2017) A cognitive model for multidigit number reading: Inferences from individuals with selective impairments. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Dotan D, Meyniel F, Dehaene S. (2017) On-line confidence monitoring during decision making. Cognition. 171: 112-121
Dotan D, Dehaene S. (2016) On the origins of logarithmic number-to-position mapping. Psychological Review. 123: 637-666
Dotan D, Friedmann N. (2015) Steps towards understanding the phonological output buffer and its role in the production of numbers, morphemes, and function words. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 63: 317-51
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