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Multisensory Cognition Lab


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Jordan, K.E., & Baker, J.* (2010). Multisensory information boosts numerical matching abilities in young children.

Jordan, K.E., Clark, K., & Mitroff, S.R. (2010). See an object, hear an object file: Object correspondence transcends sensory modality. Visual Cognition.

Jordan, K.E., MacLean, E., & Brannon, E.M. (2008). Monkeys match and tally quantities across senses. Cognition 108, 617-625.

Jordan, K.E., Suanda, S., & Brannon, E.M. (2008). Intersensory redundancy accelerates preverbal numerical competence. Cognition 108, 210-221.

Jordan, K.E., & Brannon, E.M. (2006). The multisensory representation of number in infancy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103, 3486-3489.

Jordan, K.E., & Brannon, E.M. (2006). Weber's Law influences numerical representations in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Animal Cognition, 9, 159-172.

Jordan, K.E., & Brannon, E.M. (2006). A common representational system governed by Weber’s Law: Nonverbal numerical similarity judgments in six-year-old children and rhesus macaques. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 95, 215-229.

Jordan, K.E., Brannon, E.M., Logothetis, N.K., & Ghazanfar, A.A. (2005). Monkeys match the number of voices they hear to the number of faces they see. Current Biology, 15, 1-5.

Jordan, K., Weiss, D., Hauser, M., & McMurray, B. (2004). Antiphonal responses to loud contact calls produced by cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus). International Journal of Primatology, 25, 465-475.

Book Chapters

Brannon, E.M., Jordan, K.E., & Jones, S. (2010). Behavioral signatures of numerical discrimination. In Primate Neuroethology, Eds., M.L. Platt, A. Ghazanfar. Oxford Press, pp. 144-159.

Aminoff E, Balslev D, Borroni P, Bryan R, Chua E, Cloutier J, Cross E, Drew T, Gil da Costa R, Guerin S, Hall J, Jordan K, Landau A, Molnar-Szakacs I, Montaser-Kunhsan L, Olofsson J, Quadflieg S, Sommerville L, Sy J, Uddin L, Yamada M. (2009). The landscape of cognitive neuroscience: Challenges, rewards, and new perspectives. In The Cognitive Neurosciences IV, Ed. M. Gazzaniga, MIT Press, pp. 1255-1262.

Jordan, K.E., & Brannon, E.M. (2009). A comparative approach to understanding human numerical cognition. In The Origins of Object Knowledge, Eds., B. Hood, L. Santos. Oxford University Press. pp. 53-84.