Sami R. Yousif
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The illusion of consensus: A failure to distinguish between true and false consensus
SR Yousif, R Aboody, FC Keil
Psychological Science 30 (8), 1195-1204, 2019
The additive-area heuristic: An efficient but illusory means of visual area approximation
SR Yousif, FC Keil
Psychological Science 30 (4), 495-503, 2019
Skeletal representations of shape in human vision: Evidence for a pruned medial axis model
V Ayzenberg, Y Chen, SR Yousif, SF Lourenco
Journal of vision 19 (6), 6-6, 2019
Area, not number, dominates estimates of visual quantities
SR Yousif, FC Keil
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 13407, 2020
Visual memorability in the absence of semantic content
Q Lin, SR Yousif, MM Chun, BJ Scholl
Cognition 212, 104714, 2021
Are all geometric cues created equal? Children’s use of distance and length for reorientation
SR Yousif, SF Lourenco
Cognitive Development 43, 159-169, 2017
Says who? Children consider informants’ sources when deciding whom to believe.
R Aboody, SR Yousif, M Sheskin, FC Keil
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2022
Redundancy and reducibility in the formats of spatial representations
SR Yousif
Perspectives on Psychological Science 17 (6), 1778-1793, 2022
Judgments of spatial extent are fundamentally illusory: ‘Additive-area’ provides the best explanation
SR Yousif, RN Aslin, FC Keil
Cognition 205, 104439, 2020
Spatial–numerical associations from a novel paradigm support the mental number line account
LS Aulet, SR Yousif, SF Lourenco
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 74 (10), 1829-1840, 2021
Understanding “why:” how implicit questions shape explanation preferences
S Joo, SR Yousif, FC Keil
Cognitive Science 46 (2), e13091, 2022
How we see area and why it matters
SR Yousif, FC Keil
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 25 (7), 554-557, 2021
The one-is-more illusion: Sets of discrete objects appear less extended than equivalent continuous entities in both space and time
SR Yousif, BJ Scholl
Cognition 185, 121-130, 2019
Systematic angular biases in the representation of visual space
SR Yousif, YC Chen, BJ Scholl
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82, 3124-3143, 2020
The shape of space: Evidence for spontaneous but flexible use of polar coordinates in visuospatial representations
SR Yousif, FC Keil
Psychological Science 32 (4), 573-586, 2021
More than a moment: What does it mean to call something an ‘event’?
TS Yates, BE Sherman, SR Yousif
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 30 (6), 2067-2082, 2023
Probing the mental number line: A between-task analysis of spatial-numerical associations.
CN Cheung, V Ayzenberg, RFL Diamond, S Yousif, SF Lourenco
CogSci, 2015
A ubiquitous illusion of volume: Are impressions of 3D volume captured by an “additive heuristic”?
E Bennette, FC Keil, SR Yousif
Perception 50 (5), 462-469, 2021
Using space to remember: Short-term spatial structure spontaneously improves working memory
SR Yousif, MD Rosenberg, FC Keil
Cognition 214, 104748, 2021
What is a 'mechanism'? A distinction between two sub-types of mechanistic explanations
S Joo, SR Yousif, F Keil
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 43 (43), 2021
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