Hilary Barth
Hilary Barth
Professor of Psychology, Wesleyan University
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The construction of large number representations in adults
H Barth, N Kanwisher, E Spelke
Cognition 86 (3), 201-221, 2003
5702003
Abstract number and arithmetic in preschool children
H Barth, K La Mont, J Lipton, ES Spelke
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 102 (39), 14116-14121, 2005
4332005
Non-symbolic arithmetic in adults and young children
H Barth, K La Mont, J Lipton, S Dehaene, N Kanwisher, E Spelke
Cognition 98 (3), 199-222, 2006
3842006
The development of numerical estimation: Evidence against a representational shift
HC Barth, AM Paladino
Developmental science 14 (1), 125-135, 2011
3822011
Developmental change in numerical estimation.
EB Slusser, RT Santiago, HC Barth
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 193, 2013
1812013
rTMS over the intraparietal sulcus disrupts numerosity processing
M Cappelletti, H Barth, F Fregni, ES Spelke, A Pascual-Leone
Experimental Brain Research 179 (4), 631, 2007
1652007
Adults’ number-line estimation strategies: Evidence from eye movements
JL Sullivan, BJ Juhasz, TJ Slattery, HC Barth
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (3), 557-563, 2011
1202011
Nonsymbolic, approximate arithmetic in children: Abstract addition prior to instruction.
H Barth, L Beckmann, ES Spelke
Developmental psychology 44 (5), 1466, 2008
1012008
Children’s multiplicative transformations of discrete and continuous quantities
H Barth, A Baron, E Spelke, S Carey
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 103 (4), 441-454, 2009
672009
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
H Barth, A Baron, E Spelke, S Carey
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 103, 441-454, 2009
67*2009
Children's mappings of large number words to numerosities
H Barth, A Starr, J Sullivan
Cognitive Development 24 (3), 248-264, 2009
642009
Judgments of discrete and continuous quantity: An illusory Stroop effect
HC Barth
Cognition 109 (2), 251-266, 2008
622008
My people, right or wrong? Minimal group membership disrupts preschoolers’ selective trust
K MacDonald, M Schug, E Chase, H Barth
Cognitive Development 28 (3), 247-259, 2013
452013
Non-Bayesian contour synthesis
BL Anderson, J O'Vari, H Barth
Current Biology 21 (6), 492-496, 2011
422011
Spatial estimation: A non‐Bayesian alternative
H Barth, E Lesser, J Taggart, E Slusser
Developmental Science 18 (5), 853-862, 2015
402015
A sense of proportion: Commentary on Opfer, Siegler, and Young
H Barth, E Slusser, D Cohen, A Paladino
Developmental Science, 1205, 2011
372011
Minimal‐group membership influences children's responses to novel experience with group members
MG Schug, A Shusterman, H Barth, AL Patalano
Developmental Science 16 (1), 47-55, 2013
342013
Motion-based mechanisms of illusory contour synthesis
BL Anderson, HC Barth
Neuron 24 (2), 433-441, 1999
271999
Intuitive proportion judgment in number-line estimation: Converging evidence from multiple tasks
E Slusser, H Barth
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 162, 181-198, 2017
262017
The role of numeracy and approximate number system acuity in predicting value and probability distortion
AL Patalano, JR Saltiel, L Machlin, H Barth
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (6), 1820-1829, 2015
222015
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