Two new papers got published - one from each of the labs I'm involved in. You can find our paper about how preschool children understand and use zero here. The second paper investigated own-age bias in younger and older adults using the visual mismatch negativity (vMMN) and found own-age bias only in older adults. It can be found here.
The newest article from my lab about how our experience can influence the way we detect changes in the enivironment is available here.
Another paper published, this time in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. The paper is a behavioural and event-related potential study about the age effect of nonspatial visual distraction, and you can find it here. You can also find a short Twitter thread summary here.
Our newest article was published in PLoS ONE.
We presented a poster at The Predictive Brain Conference in Marseille! Hopefully, I'll be able to upload it (and/or link it) here soon.
Our new article on visual mismatch negativity is available here.
The Second Best Practices in Data Analysis and Statistics Symposium will be held on 9th of January, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. You can find more information about the symposium at its website.
A Methods in Numerical Cognition Workshop will be held on 7th of January, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. The workshop's aim is to present and discuss in detail any method used in numerical cognition. You can visit the workshop's website for more information.
Our new article on the size effect in Indo-Arabic numbers is out, and available for free download for a limited time here!