Sara Cordes
Sara Cordes
Associate Professor of Psychology, Boston College
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Variability signatures distinguish verbal from nonverbal counting for both large and small numbers
S Cordes, R Gelman, CR Gallistel, J Whalen
Psychonomic bulletin & review 8 (4), 698-707, 2001
Crossing the divide: Infants discriminate small from large numerosities.
S Cordes, EM Brannon
Developmental psychology 45 (6), 1583, 2009
The development of area discrimination and its implications for number representation in infancy
EM Brannon, D Lutz, S Cordes
Developmental science 9 (6), F59-F64, 2006
The difficulties of representing continuous extent in infancy: Using number is just easier
S Cordes, EM Brannon
Child development 79 (2), 476-489, 2008
The relative salience of discrete and continuous quantity in young infants
S Cordes, EM Brannon
Developmental science 12 (3), 453-463, 2009
The young numerical mind: When does it count?
S Cordes, R Gelman
Psychology Press, 2005
Quantitative competencies in infancy
S Cordes, EM Brannon
Developmental Science 11 (6), 803-808, 2008
The cultural and evolutionary history of the real numbers
CR Gallistel, R Gelman, S Cordes
Culture and Evolution. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Posted at: http://ruccs …, 2005
Comment on" Log or Linear? Distinct Intuitions of the Number Scale in Western and Amazonian Indigene Cultures"
JF Cantlon, S Cordes, ME Libertus, EM Brannon
science 323 (5910), 38-38, 2009
Nonverbal arithmetic in humans: Light from noise
S Cordes, CR Gallistel, R Gelman, P Latham
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 69 (7), 1185-1203, 2007
Attending to One of Many: When Infants are Surprisingly Poor at Discriminating an Item's Size
S Cordes, EM Brannon
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 2011
Ordinal judgments in the rat: An understanding of longer and shorter for suprasecond, but not subsecond, durations.
S Cordes, WH Meck
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (2), 710, 2014
Common representations of abstract quantities
S Cordes, CL Williams, WH Meck
Current Directions in Psychological Science 16 (3), 156-161, 2007
Signal clarity: An account of the variability in infant quantity discrimination tasks
L Cantrell, TW Boyer, S Cordes, LB Smith
Developmental Science 18 (6), 877-893, 2015
Counting in animals and humans.
R Gelman, S Cordes
The MIT Press, 2001
123s and ABC s: developmental shifts in logarithmic‐to‐linear responding reflect fluency with sequence values
M Hurst, K Leigh Monahan, E Heller, S Cordes
Developmental science 17 (6), 892-904, 2014
Intact interval timing in circadian CLOCK mutants
S Cordes, CR Gallistel
Brain research 1227, 120-127, 2008
Learning about time: Knowledge of formal timing symbols is related to individual differences in temporal precision.
K Hamamouche, S Cordes
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 46 (1), 117, 2020
Rational-number comparison across notation: Fractions, decimals, and whole numbers.
M Hurst, S Cordes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (2), 281, 2016
Heightened incidence of depressive symptoms in adolescents involved in the arts.
LN Young, E Winner, S Cordes
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 7 (2), 197, 2013
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