Stella F. Lourenco
Stella F. Lourenco
Associate Professor of Psychology, Emory University
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Socioeconomic status modifies the sex difference in spatial skill
SC Levine, M Vasilyeva, SF Lourenco, NS Newcombe, J Huttenlocher
Psychological science 16 (11), 841-845, 2005
General magnitude representation in human infants
SF Lourenco, MR Longo
Psychological Science 21 (6), 873-881, 2010
The approximate number system and its relation to early math achievement: Evidence from the preschool years
JW Bonny, SF Lourenco
Journal of experimental child psychology, 2013
On the nature of near space: Effects of tool use and the transition to far space
MR Longo, SF Lourenco
Neuropsychologia 44 (6), 977-981, 2006
Spatial attention and the mental number line: Evidence for characteristic biases and compression
MR Longo, SF Lourenco
Neuropsychologia 45 (7), 1400-1407, 2007
Nonsymbolic number and cumulative area representations contribute shared and unique variance to symbolic math competence
SF Lourenco, JW Bonny, EP Fernandez, S Rao
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (46), 18737-18742, 2012
Sex differences in spatial cognition: Advancing the conversation
SC Levine, A Foley, S Lourenco, S Ehrlich, K Ratliff
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 7 (2), 127-155, 2016
The development of gender differences in spatial reasoning: A meta-analytic review.
JE Lauer, E Yhang, SF Lourenco
Psychological bulletin 145 (6), 537, 2019
Space perception and body morphology: extent of near space scales with arm length
MR Longo, SF Lourenco
Experimental brain research 177, 285-290, 2007
Threat modulates perception of looming visual stimuli
E Vagnoni, SF Lourenco, MR Longo
Current Biology 22 (19), R826 - R827, 2012
Near space and its relation to claustrophobic fear
SF Lourenco, MR Longo, T Pathman
Cognition 119 (3), 448-453, 2011
No participant left behind: conducting science during COVID-19
SF Lourenco, A Tasimi
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (8), 583-584, 2020
Common spatial organization of number and emotional expression: A mental magnitude line
KJ Holmes, SF Lourenco
Brain and cognition, 2011
Spatial processing in infancy predicts both spatial and mathematical aptitude in childhood
JE Lauer, SF Lourenco
Psychological Science 27 (10), 1291-1298, 2016
Transitive inference of social dominance by human infants
RP Gazes, RR Hampton, SF Lourenco
Developmental science 20 (2), e12367, 2017
Origins and development of generalized magnitude representation
SF Lourenco, MR Longo
Space, time and number in the brain, 225-244, 2011
The future of women in psychological science
J Gruber, J Mendle, KA Lindquist, T Schmader, LA Clark, E Bliss-Moreau, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 16 (3), 483-516, 2021
Development of spatial cognition
M Vasilyeva, SF Lourenco
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 3 (3), 349-362, 2012
The plasticity of near space: Evidence for contraction
SF Lourenco, MR Longo
Cognition 112 (3), 451-456, 2009
Orienting numbers in mental space: Horizontal organization trumps vertical
K Holmes, S Lourenco
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (6), 1044, 2012
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