Ariel Starr
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Number sense in infancy predicts mathematical abilities in childhood
A Starr, ME Libertus, EM Brannon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (45), 18116-18120, 2013
fMRI of syntactic processing in typically developing children: structural correlates in the inferior frontal gyrus
SC Nuñez, M Dapretto, T Katzir, A Starr, J Bramen, E Kan, S Bookheimer, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 1 (3), 313-323, 2011
Infants Show Ratio‐dependent Number Discrimination Regardless of Set Size
A Starr, ME Libertus, EM Brannon
Infancy, 2013
Children's mappings of large number words to numerosities
H Barth, A Starr, J Sullivan
Cognitive Development 24 (3), 248-264, 2009
Number trumps area for 7-month-old infants.
ME Libertus, A Starr, EM Brannon
Developmental psychology 50 (1), 108, 2014
The contributions of numerical acuity and non-numerical stimulus features to the development of the number sense and symbolic math achievement
A Starr, NK DeWind, EM Brannon
Cognition 168, 222-233, 2017
An introduction to the approximate number system
D Odic, A Starr
Child Development Perspectives 12 (4), 223-229, 2018
Evidence against continuous variables driving numerical discrimination in infancy
A Starr, EM Brannon
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 923, 2015
Eye movements reveal optimal strategies for analogical reasoning
MS Vendetti, A Starr, EL Johnson, K Modavi, SA Bunge
Frontiers in psychology 8, 932, 2017
Eye movements provide insight into individual differences in children's analogical reasoning strategies
A Starr, MS Vendetti, SA Bunge
Acta psychologica 186, 18-26, 2018
Visuospatial working memory influences the interaction between space and time
A Starr, EM Brannon
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (6), 1839-1845, 2016
Developmental continuity in the link between sensitivity to numerosity and physical size
A Starr, EM Brannon
Journal of Numerical Cognition 1 (1), 7-20, 2015
Evolutionary and developmental continuities in numerical cognition
A Starr, EM Brannon
Mathematical Cognition and Learning 1, 123-144, 2015
The acuity and manipulability of the ANS have separable influences on preschoolers’ symbolic math achievement
A Starr, RC Tomlinson, EM Brannon
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2554, 2018
Spatial metaphor and the development of cross-domain mappings in early childhood.
A Starr, M Srinivasan
Developmental psychology 54 (10), 1822, 2018
Semantic knowledge influences visual working memory in adults and children
A Starr, M Srinivasan, SA Bunge
PloS one 15 (11), e0241110, 2020
How the inference of hierarchical rules unfolds over time
MK Eckstein, A Starr, SA Bunge
Cognition 185, 151-162, 2019
Spatial metaphor facilitates word learning
A Starr, AJ Cirolia, KA Tillman, M Srinivasan
Child development 92 (3), e329-e342, 2021
The future is in front, to the right, or below: Development of spatial representations of time in three dimensions
A Starr, M Srinivasan
Cognition 210, 2021
Relational thinking: An overlooked component of executive functioning
A Starr, E Leib, J Younger, M Uncapher, S Bunge
PsyArXiv, 2022
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