Marcus Lindskog
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An embodied account of early executive-function development: Prospective motor control in infancy is related to inhibition and working memory
JM Gottwald, S Achermann, C Marciszko, M Lindskog, G Gredebäck
Psychological science 27 (12), 1600-1610, 2016
No evidence of learning in non-symbolic numerical tasks–A comment on
M Lindskog, A Winman
Cognition 150, 243-247, 2016
Measuring acuity of the approximate number system reliably and validly: the evaluation of an adaptive test procedure
M Lindskog, A Winman, P Juslin, L Poom
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 510, 2013
Individual differences in nonverbal number skills predict math anxiety
M Lindskog, A Winman, L Poom
Cognition 159, 156-162, 2017
The role of ANS acuity and numeracy for the calibration and the coherence of subjective probability judgments
A Winman, P Juslin, M Lindskog, H Nilsson, N Kerimi
Frontiers in psychology 5, 851, 2014
The association between higher education and approximate number system acuity
M Lindskog, A Winman, P Juslin
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 462, 2014
Reducing cognitive biases in probabilistic reasoning by the use of logarithm formats
P Juslin, H Nilsson, A Winman, M Lindskog
Cognition 120 (2), 248-267, 2011
Action prediction allows hypothesis testing via internal forward models at 6 months of age
G Gredebäck, M Lindskog, JC Juvrud, D Green, C Marciszko
Frontiers in psychology 9, 290, 2018
Are there rapid feedback effects on Approximate Number System acuity?
M Lindskog, A Winman, P Juslin
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 270, 2013
Infants prospectively control reaching based on the difficulty of future actions: To what extent can infants’ multiple-step actions be explained by Fitts’ law?
JM Gottwald, A De Bortoli Vizioli, M Lindskog, P Nyström, TL Ekberg, ...
Developmental Psychology 53 (1), 4, 2017
Naïve point estimation.
M Lindskog, A Winman, P Juslin
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 39 (3), 782, 2013
Infants distinguish between two events based on their relative likelihood
E Kayhan, G Gredebäck, M Lindskog
Child Development 89 (6), e507-e519, 2018
Arithmetic training does not improve approximate number system acuity
M Lindskog, A Winman, L Poom
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1634, 2016
Recent is more: A negative time-order effect in nonsymbolic numerical judgment.
R Van den Berg, M Lindskog, L Poom, A Winman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (6 …, 2017
A Swedish validation of the Berlin numeracy test
M Lindskog, N Kerimi, A Winman, P Juslin
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 56 (2), 132-139, 2015
Is there something special with probabilities?–Insight vs. computational ability in multiple risk combination
P Juslin, M Lindskog, B Mayerhofer
Cognition 136, 282-303, 2015
Preference or ability: Exploring the relations between risk preference, personality, and cognitive abilities
P Millroth, P Juslin, A Winman, H Nilsson, M Lindskog
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 33 (4), 477-491, 2020
The social foundation of executive function
C Marciszko, L Forssman, B Kenward, M Lindskog, M Fransson, ...
Developmental Science 23 (3), e12924, 2020
Calculate or wait: Is man an eager or a lazy intuitive statistician?
M Lindskog, A Winman, P Juslin
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (8), 994-1014, 2013
Play enhances visual form perception in infancy–an active training study
E Schröder, G Gredebäck, J Gunnarsson, M Lindskog
Developmental science 23 (3), e12923, 2020
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