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Publications

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Leibovich-Raveh, T., Lewis, D., Al-Rubaiey Kadhim, S., & Ansari, D., (2018) A New Method for Calculating Individual Subitizing Ranges. Journal of Numerical Cognition. 4(2). LINK. Supplementary Material: https://osf.io/5cp6r/

Leibovich-Raveh, T., Stein, I., Henik, A., & Salti, M. (2018). Number and Continuous Magnitude Processing Depends on Task Goals and Numerosity Ratio. Journal of Cognition, 1(1), 19. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/joc.22 Link

Leibovich, T., & Ansari, D. (2017). Accumulation of non‐numerical evidence during nonsymbolic number processing in the brain: An fmri study. Human brain mapping, 38(10), 4908-4921. Link

Salti, M., Katzin, N., Katzin, D., Leibovich, T., & Henik, A. (2017). One tamed at a time: A new approach for controlling continuous magnitudes in numerical comparison tasks. Behavior research methods, 49(3), 1120-1127. Link

Leibovich, T., Kadhim, S. A. R., & Ansari, D. (2017). Beyond comparison: The influence of physical size on number estimation is modulated by notation, range and spatial arrangement. Acta Psychologica, 175, 33-41. Link

Henik, A., Gliksman, Y., Kallai, A., & Leibovich, T. (2017). Size perception and the foundation of numerical processing. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 26(1), 45-51. Link

Leibovich, T., Katzin, N., Salti, M., & Henik, A. (2017). Toward an integrative approach to numerical cognition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40. Link

Leibovich, T., Katzin, N., Harel, M., & Henik, A. (2017). From “sense of number” to “sense of magnitude”: The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40. Link

Leibovich, T., Cohen, N., & Henik, A. (2016). Itsy bitsy spider?: Valence and self-relevance predict size estimation. Biological psychology, 121, 138-145. Link

Leibovich, T., Kallai, A. Y., & Itamar, S. (2016). What do we measure when we measure magnitudes?. In Continuous issues in numerical cognition (pp. 355-373). Link

Leibovich, T., & Ansari, D. (2016). The symbol-grounding problem in numerical cognition: A review of theory, evidence, and outstanding questions. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie expérimentale, 70(1), 12. Link

Yarden Gliksman, S. I., Leibovich, T., Melman, Y., & Henik, A. (2016). Automaticity of conceptual magnitude. Scientific reports, 6. Link

Leibovich, T., Vogel, S. E., Henik, A., & Ansari, D. (2016). Asymmetric processing of numerical and nonnumerical magnitudes in the brain: an fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28(1), 166-176. Link

Leibovich, T., Cohen, N., & Henik, A. (2016). Itsy Bitsy Spider? It Depends… Frontiers For young Minds ; understanding neuroscience. doi:10.3389/frym.2016.00029 Link

Leibovich, T., Henik, A., & Salti, M. (2015). Numerosity processing is context driven even in the subitizing range: An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 77, 137-147. Link

Leibovich, T., & Henik, A. (2014). Comparing performance in discrete and continuous comparison tasks. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(5), 899-917. Link

Leibovich, T., Ashkenazi, S., Rubinsten, O., & Henik, A. (2013). Comparative judgments of symbolic and non-symbolic stimuli yield different patterns of reaction times. Acta psychologica, 144(2), 308-315. Link

Gabay, S., Leibovich, T., Henik, A., & Gronau, N. (2013). Size before numbers: Conceptual size primes numerical value. Cognition, 129(1), 18-23. Link

Gabay, S., Leibovich, T., Ben-Simon, A., Henik, A., & Segev, R. (2013). Inhibition of return in the archer fish. Nature communications, 4, 1657. Link

Leibovich, T., Diesendruck, L., Rubinsten, O., & Henik, A. (2013). The importance of being relevant: modulation of magnitude representations. Frontiers in psychology, 4. Link

Leibovich, T., & Henik, A. (2013). Magnitude processing in non-symbolic stimuli. Frontiers in psychology, 4. Link

Henik, A., Leibovich, T., Naparstek, S., Diesendruck, L., & Rubinsten, O. (2012). Quantities, amounts, and the numerical core system. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 5, 186. Link