Stephen Ferrigno - Publications

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2021 Pitt B, Ferrigno S, Cantlon JF, Casasanto D, Gibson E, Piantadosi ST. Spatial concepts of number, size, and time in an indigenous culture. Science Advances. 7. PMID 34380617 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abg4141  0.532
2021 Ferrigno S, Huang Y, Cantlon JF. Reasoning Through the Disjunctive Syllogism in Monkeys. Psychological Science. 956797620971653. PMID 33493085 DOI: 10.1177/0956797620971653  0.626
2020 Ferrigno S, Cheyette SJ, Piantadosi ST, Cantlon JF. Recursive sequence generation in monkeys, children, U.S. adults, and native Amazonians. Science Advances. 6: eaaz1002. PMID 32637593 DOI: 10.1126/Sciadv.Aaz1002  0.654
2019 Ferrigno S, Bueno GL, Cantlon JF. A similar basis for judging confidence in monkeys and humans Animal Behavior and Cognition. 6: 335-343. DOI: 10.26451/Abc.  0.67
2017 Ferrigno S, Kornell N, Cantlon JF. A metacognitive illusion in monkeys. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284. PMID 28878068 DOI: 10.1098/Rspb.2017.1541  0.684
2017 Ferrigno S, Jara-Ettinger J, Piantadosi ST, Cantlon JF. Universal and uniquely human factors in spontaneous number perception. Nature Communications. 8: 13968. PMID 28091519 DOI: 10.1038/Ncomms13968  0.667
2015 Ferrigno S, Hughes KD, Cantlon JF. Precocious quantitative cognition in monkeys. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. PMID 26187058 DOI: 10.3758/S13423-015-0893-5  0.675
2015 Cantlon JF, Piantadosi ST, Ferrigno S, Hughes KD, Barnard AM. The origins of counting algorithms. Psychological Science. 26: 853-65. PMID 25953949 DOI: 10.1177/0956797615572907  0.639
2015 Ferrigno S, Hughes KD, Cantlon JF. Precocious quantitative cognition in monkeys Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. DOI: 10.3758/s13423-015-0893-5  0.579
2014 Kelly B, Maguire-Herring V, Rose CM, Gore HE, Ferrigno S, Novak MA, Lacreuse A. Short-term testosterone manipulations do not affect cognition or motor function but differentially modulate emotions in young and older male rhesus monkeys. Hormones and Behavior. 66: 731-42. PMID 25308086 DOI: 10.1016/J.Yhbeh.2014.08.016  0.615
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