Rebecca Merkley

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University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Cognitive Development
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Yeo DJ, Pollack C, Merkley R, et al. (2020) The "Inferior Temporal Numeral Area" distinguishes numerals from other character categories during passive viewing: A representational similarity analysis. Neuroimage. 116716
Merkley R, Conrad B, Price G, et al. (2019) Investigating the visual number form area: a replication study. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 182067
Matusz PJ, Merkley R, Faure M, et al. (2019) Expert attention: Attentional allocation depends on the differential development of multisensory number representations. Cognition. 186: 171-177
Merkley R, Scerif G, Ansari D. (2017) What is the precise role of cognitive control in the development of a sense of number? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e179
Merkley R, Matejko AA, Ansari D. (2017) Strong causal claims require strong evidence: A commentary on Wang and colleagues. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 153: 163-167
Merkley R, Wilkey ED, Matejko AA. (2016) Exploring the Origins and Development of the Visual Number Form Area: A Functionally Specialized and Domain-Specific Region for the Processing of Number Symbols? The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 4659-61
Merkley R, Ansari D. (2016) Why numerical symbols count in the development of mathematical skills: Evidence from brain and behavior Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 10: 14-20
Merkley R, Thompson J, Scerif G. (2015) Of Huge Mice and Tiny Elephants: Exploring the Relationship Between Inhibitory Processes and Preschool Math Skills. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1903
Merkley R, Scerif G. (2015) Continuous visual properties of number influence the formation of novel symbolic representations. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 68: 1860-70
Matusz PJ, Broadbent H, Ferrari J, et al. (2015) Multi-modal distraction: insights from children's limited attention. Cognition. 136: 156-65
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