Giovanni Anobile
Giovanni Anobile
Department of Neuroscience, Psychology, Drug Research and Child Health, U. of Florence, Italy
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Compressive mapping of number to space reflects dynamic encoding mechanisms, not static logarithmic transform
GM Cicchini, G Anobile, DC Burr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (21), 7867-7872, 2014
Subitizing but not estimation of numerosity requires attentional resources
DC Burr, M Turi, G Anobile
Journal of Vision 10 (6), 20-20, 2010
Number as a primary perceptual attribute: A review
G Anobile, GM Cicchini, DC Burr
Perception 45 (1-2), 5-31, 2016
Spontaneous perception of numerosity in humans
GM Cicchini, G Anobile, DC Burr
Nature communications 7 (1), 12536, 2016
Separate mechanisms for perception of numerosity and density
G Anobile, GM Cicchini, DC Burr
Psychological science 25 (1), 265-270, 2014
Visual sustained attention and numerosity sensitivity correlate with math achievement in children
G Anobile, P Stievano, DC Burr
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (2), 380-391, 2013
Linear mapping of numbers onto space requires attention
G Anobile, GM Cicchini, DC Burr
Cognition 122 (3), 454-459, 2012
Psychophysical evidence for the number sense
DC Burr, G Anobile, R Arrighi
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373…, 2018
Mechanisms for perception of numerosity or texture-density are governed by crowding-like effects
G Anobile, M Turi, GM Cicchini, DC Burr
Journal of Vision 15 (5), 4-4, 2015
Numerosity but not texture-density discrimination correlates with math ability in children.
G Anobile, E Castaldi, M Turi, F Tinelli, DC Burr
Developmental psychology 52 (8), 1206, 2016
A shared numerical representation for action and perception
G Anobile, R Arrighi, I Togoli, DC Burr
Elife 5, e16161, 2016
The effects of cross-sensory attentional demand on subitizing and on mapping number onto space
G Anobile, M Turi, GM Cicchini, DC Burr
Vision research 74, 102-109, 2012
Spatial but not temporal numerosity thresholds correlate with formal math skills in children.
G Anobile, R Arrighi, E Castaldi, E Grassi, L Pedonese, PAM Moscoso, ...
Developmental psychology 54 (3), 458, 2018
Adaptation affects both high and low (subitized) numbers under conditions of high attentional load
D Burr, G Anobile, M Turi
Seeing and Perceiving 24 (2), 141-150, 2011
A sensorimotor numerosity system
G Anobile, R Arrighi, E Castaldi, DC Burr
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 25 (1), 24-36, 2021
Simultaneous and sequential subitizing are separate systems, and neither predicts math abilities
G Anobile, R Arrighi, DC Burr
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 178, 86-103, 2019
Higher attentional costs for numerosity estimation at high densities
A Pom, G Anobile, GM Cicchini, A Scabia, DC Burr
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81, 2604-2611, 2019
Distortions of visual time induced by motor adaptation.
G Anobile, N Domenici, I Togoli, D Burr, R Arrighi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (7), 1333, 2020
Grouping strategies in number estimation extend the subitizing range
PA Maldonado Moscoso, E Castaldi, DC Burr, R Arrighi, G Anobile
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 14979, 2020
“Groupitizing”: a strategy for numerosity estimation
G Anobile, E Castaldi, PAM Moscoso, DC Burr, R Arrighi
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 13436, 2020
Il sistema al momento non pu eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi tardi.
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