Melissa Libertus
Melissa Libertus
Associate professor, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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Preschool acuity of the approximate number system correlates with school math ability
ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Developmental science 14 (6), 1292-1300, 2011
5312011
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
3322013
The neural development of an abstract concept of number
JF Cantlon, ME Libertus, P Pinel, S Dehaene, EM Brannon, KA Pelphrey
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 21 (11), 2217-2229, 2009
2522009
Is approximate number precision a stable predictor of math ability?
ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Learning and individual differences 25, 126-133, 2013
2462013
Links between the intuitive sense of number and formal mathematics ability
L Feigenson, ME Libertus, J Halberda
Child development perspectives 7 (2), 74-79, 2013
2112013
Electrophysiological evidence for notation independence in numerical processing
ME Libertus, MG Woldorff, EM Brannon
Behavioral and Brain Functions 3 (1), 1-15, 2007
188*2007
Stable individual differences in number discrimination in infancy
ME Libertus, EM Brannon
Developmental science 13 (6), 900-906, 2010
1862010
Intuitive sense of number correlates with math scores on college-entrance examination
ME Libertus, D Odic, J Halberda
Acta psychologica 141 (3), 373-379, 2012
1822012
Developmental change in the acuity of approximate number and area representations.
D Odic, ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Developmental psychology 49 (6), 1103, 2013
1762013
Electrophysiological measures of time processing in infant and adult brains: Weber's Law holds
EM Brannon, ME Libertus, WH Meck, MG Woldorff
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 20 (2), 193-203, 2008
1332008
Behavioral and neural basis of number sense in infancy
ME Libertus, EM Brannon
Current Directions in Psychological Science 18 (6), 346-351, 2009
1102009
Inhibitory control may not explain the link between approximation and math abilities in kindergarteners from middle class families
L Keller, M Libertus
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 685, 2015
1052015
Numerical approximation abilities correlate with and predict informal but not formal mathematics abilities
ME Libertus, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (4), 829-838, 2013
982013
The general movement assessment helps us to identify preterm infants at risk for cognitive dysfunction
C Einspieler, AF Bos, ME Libertus, PB Marschik
Frontiers in psychology 7, 406, 2016
912016
Comment on" Log or Linear? Distinct Intuitions of the Number Scale in Western and Amazonian Indigene Cultures"
JF Cantlon, S Cordes, ME Libertus, EM Brannon
science 323 (5910), 38-38, 2009
832009
Infants show ratio‐dependent number discrimination regardless of set size
A Starr, ME Libertus, EM Brannon
Infancy 18 (6), 927-941, 2013
702013
Number trumps area for 7-month-old infants.
ME Libertus, A Starr, EM Brannon
Developmental psychology 50 (1), 108, 2014
642014
The precision of mapping between number words and the approximate number system predicts children’s formal math abilities
ME Libertus, D Odic, L Feigenson, J Halberda
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 150, 207-226, 2016
542016
Induced alpha-band oscillations reflect ratio-dependent number discrimination in the infant brain
ME Libertus, LB Pruitt, MG Woldorff, EM Brannon
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (12), 2398-2406, 2009
462009
Developmental changes in category-specific brain responses to numbers and letters in a working memory task
ME Libertus, EM Brannon, KA Pelphrey
Neuroimage 44 (4), 1404-1414, 2009
462009
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