Lisa Feigenson
Lisa Feigenson
Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins University
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Core systems of number
L Feigenson, S Dehaene, E Spelke
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (7), 307-314, 2004
29222004
Individual differences in non-verbal number acuity correlate with maths achievement
J Halberda, MMM Mazzocco, L Feigenson
Nature 455 (7213), 665-668, 2008
15672008
Developmental change in the acuity of the" Number Sense": The Approximate Number System in 3-, 4-, 5-, and 6-year-olds and adults.
J Halberda, L Feigenson
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1457, 2008
10202008
The representations underlying infants' choice of more: Object files versus analog magnitudes
L Feigenson, S Carey, M Hauser
Psychological science 13 (2), 150-156, 2002
7832002
Infants' discrimination of number vs. continuous extent
L Feigenson, S Carey, E Spelke
Cognitive psychology 44 (1), 33-66, 2002
6472002
Impaired acuity of the approximate number system underlies mathematical learning disability (dyscalculia)
MMM Mazzocco, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Child development 82 (4), 1224-1237, 2011
5972011
Preschool acuity of the approximate number system correlates with school math ability
ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Developmental science 14 (6), 1292-1300, 2011
5692011
Tracking individuals via object‐files: evidence from infants’ manual search
L Feigenson, S Carey
Developmental Science 6 (5), 568-584, 2003
5402003
Preschoolers' precision of the approximate number system predicts later school mathematics performance
MMM Mazzocco, L Feigenson, J Halberda
PLoS one 6 (9), e23749, 2011
4762011
Letter binding and invariant recognition of masked words: behavioral and neuroimaging evidence
S Dehaene, A Jobert, L Naccache, P Ciuciu, JB Poline, D Le Bihan, ...
Psychological science 15 (5), 307-313, 2004
4482004
Observing the unexpected enhances infants’ learning and exploration
AE Stahl, L Feigenson
Science 348 (6230), 91-94, 2015
3912015
On the limits of infants' quantification of small object arrays
L Feigenson, S Carey
Cognition 97 (3), 295-313, 2005
3752005
Is approximate number precision a stable predictor of math ability?
ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Learning and individual differences 25, 126-133, 2013
2582013
Links between the intuitive sense of number and formal mathematics ability
L Feigenson, ME Libertus, J Halberda
Child development perspectives 7 (2), 74-79, 2013
2322013
Multiple spatially overlapping sets can be enumerated in parallel
J Halberda, SF Sires, L Feigenson
Psychological science 17 (7), 572-576, 2006
2042006
Developmental change in the acuity of approximate number and area representations.
D Odic, ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Developmental psychology 49 (6), 1103, 2013
1942013
Infants chunk object arrays into sets of individuals
L Feigenson, J Halberda
Cognition 91 (2), 173-190, 2004
1822004
A double-dissociation in infants' representations of object arrays
L Feigenson
Cognition 95 (3), B37-B48, 2005
1742005
The equality of quantity
L Feigenson
Trends in cognitive sciences 11 (5), 185-187, 2007
1542007
Conceptual knowledge increases infants' memory capacity
L Feigenson, J Halberda
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (29), 9926-9930, 2008
1412008
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