Maria Dolores (Lola) de Hevia
Maria Dolores (Lola) de Hevia
CNRS, Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition Center, Paris
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Representations of space, time, and number in neonates
MD de Hevia, V Izard, A Coubart, ES Spelke, A Streri
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (13), 4809-4813, 2014
Number-space mapping in human infants
MD de Hevia, ES Spelke
Psychological Science 21 (5), 653-660, 2010
Spontaneous mapping of number and space in adults and young children
MD De Hevia, ES Spelke
Cognition 110 (2), 198-207, 2009
Visualizing numbers in the mind's eye: The role of visuo-spatial processes in numerical abilities
MD de Hevia, G Vallar, L Girelli
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 32 (8), 1361-1372, 2008
Numbers and space: a cognitive illusion?
M Dolores de Hevia, L Girelli, G Vallar
Experimental brain research 168, 254-264, 2006
Human infants' preference for left-to-right oriented increasing numerical sequences
MD de Hevia, L Girelli, M Addabbo, V Macchi Cassia
PloS one 9 (5), e96412, 2014
Placing order in space: The SNARC effect in serial learning
P Previtali, MD de Hevia, L Girelli
Experimental Brain Research 201, 599-605, 2010
The representational space of numerical magnitude: Illusions of length
MD De Hevia, L Girelli, E Bricolo, G Vallar
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (10), 1496-1514, 2008
Small on the left, large on the right: Numbers orient visual attention onto space in preverbal infants
H Bulf, MD de Hevia, V Macchi Cassia
Develpomental Science, 2015
At birth, humans associate “few” with left and “many” with right
MD de Hevia, L Veggiotti, A Streri, CD Bonn
Current Biology 27 (24), 3879-3884. e2, 2017
Minds without language represent number through space: origins of the mental number line
MD De Hevia, L Girelli, V Macchi Cassia
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 33066, 2012
Number-space associations without language: Evidence from preverbal human infants and non-human animal species
R Rugani, MD De Hevia
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 24, 352-369, 2017
What do we know about neonatal cognition?
A Streri, MD De Hevia, V Izard, A Coubart
Behavioral sciences 3 (1), 154-169, 2013
Seven-month-olds detect ordinal numerical relationships within temporal sequences
M Picozzi, MD de Hevia, L Girelli, VM Cassia
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 107 (3), 359-367, 2010
Crossmodal discrimination of 2 vs. 4 objects across touch and vision in 5-month-old infants
A Coubart, A Streri, MD de Hevia, V Izard
PLoS One 10 (3), e0120868, 2015
Infants learn better from left to right: A directional bias in infants’ sequence learning
H Bulf, MD de Hevia, V Gariboldi, V Macchi Cassia
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 2437, 2017
Cross-dimensional mapping of number, length and brightness by preschool children
MD De Hevia, M Vanderslice, ES Spelke
PLoS One 7 (4), e35530, 2012
Increasing magnitude counts more: Asymmetrical processing of ordinality in 4-month-old infants
VM Cassia, M Picozzi, L Girelli, MD de Hevia
Cognition 124 (2), 183-193, 2012
Processing number and length in the parietal cortex: Sharing resources, not a common code
V Borghesani, MD de Hevia, A Viarouge, P Pinheiro-Chagas, E Eger, ...
Cortex 114, 17-27, 2019
Are numbers, size and brightness equally efficient in orienting visual attention? Evidence from an eye-tracking study
H Bulf, V Macchi Cassia, MD de Hevia
PLoS One 9 (6), e99499, 2014
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