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Publications of Jessica F Cantlon    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Cantlon, J. F., Cordes, S., Libertus, M. E., & Brannon, E. M. (2009). Comment on ‘Log or Linear? Distinct intuitions of the number scale in Western and Indigene cultures. Science, 323(38). [pdf]
  2. Hubbard, E. M., Diester, I., Cantlon, J. F., Ansari, D., van Opstal, F., & Troiani, V (2008). The evolution of numerical cognition: From number neurons to linguistic quantifiers. Journal of Neuroscience, 26(46), 11819-11824. [pdf]
  3. Cantlon, J. F., Platt, M., & Brannon, E.M (in press). Beyond the Number Domain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
  4. Cantlon, J. F., Libertus, M. E., Pinel, P., Dehaene, S., Brannon, E.M., & Pelphrey, K. P. (in press). The neural development of an abstract concept of number. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.
  5. Cantlon, J.F., Fink, R., Safford, K. E. & Brannon, E. M. (2007). Heterogeneity impairs numerical matching but not numerical ordering in preschool children. Developmental Science, 10(4), 431-440. [pdf]
  6. Cantlon, J.F. & Brannon, E. M. (2007). How much does number matter to a monkey?. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 33(1), 32-41. [pdf]
  7. Cantlon, J. F. & Brannon, E. M. (2007). Adding up the effects of cultural experience on the brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11(1), 1-4. [pdf]
  8. Subiaul, F., Romansky, K., Cantlon. J. F, Klein, T, and Terrace, H. (2007). Cognitive imitation in 2-year-old children: A comparison with rhesus monkeys. Animal Cognition, 10(4), 1435-9448.
  9. Cantlon, J. F., & Brannon, E. M. (2007). Basic math in monkeys and college students. PLoS Biology, 5(12), e328. [available here]
  10. Brannon, E. M., Cantlon, J. F., & Terrace, H. S. (2006). The role of reference points in ordinal numerical comparisons by Rhesus macaques. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 32(2), 120-134. [pdf]
  11. Cantlon, J. F. & Brannon, E. M. (2006). The effect of heterogeneity on numerical ordering in rhesus monkeys. Infancy, 9(2), 173-189. [pdf]
  12. Cantlon, J. F. & Brannon, E. M. (2006). Shared system for ordering small and large numbers in monkeys and humans. Psychological Science, 17(5), 401-406. [pdf]
  13. Needham, A., Cantlon, J. F., & Ormsbee, S. (2006). Infants' use of category information and object attributes when segregating objects at 8.5 months of age. Cognitive Psychology, 53(4), 345-360. [pdf]
  14. Cantlon, J. F., Brannon, E. M., Carter, E. J., and Pelphrey, K. A. (2006). Functional imaging of numerical processing in adults and four-year-old children. PLoS Biology, 4(5). [pdf]
  15. Cantlon, J. F. & Brannon, E. M. (2005). Semantic congruity affects numerical judgments similarly in monkeys and humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102(45), 16507-16511. [pdf]
  16. Subiaul, F. X., Cantlon, J. F., Holloway, R., & Terrace, H. S. (2004). Cognitive imitation in rhesus macaques. Science, 305(5682), 407-410. [pdf]

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