Tali Leibovich-Raveh
Tali Leibovich-Raveh
Senior Lecturer, Department of Mathematics Education, University of Haifa
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From “sense of number” to “sense of magnitude”: The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition
T Leibovich, N Katzin, M Harel, A Henik
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 2017
The symbol-grounding problem in numerical cognition: A review of theory, evidence, and outstanding questions.
T Leibovich, D Ansari
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2016
Magnitude processing in non-symbolic stimuli
T Leibovich, A Henik
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 375, 2013
Comparing performance in discrete and continuous comparison tasks
T Leibovich, A Henik
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (5), 899-917, 2014
Quantities, amounts, and the numerical core system
A Henik, T Leibovich, S Naparstek, L Diesendruck, O Rubinsten
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5, 186, 2012
Size perception and the foundation of numerical processing
A Henik, Y Gliksman, A Kallai, T Leibovich
Current Directions in Psychological Science 26 (1), 45-51, 2017
Size before numbers: Conceptual size primes numerical value
S Gabay, T Leibovich, A Henik, N Gronau
Cognition 129 (1), 18-23, 2013
One tamed at a time: A new approach for controlling continuous magnitudes in numerical comparison tasks
M Salti, N Katzin, D Katzin, T Leibovich, A Henik
Behavior Research Methods 49 (3), 1120-1127, 2017
Numerosity processing is context driven even in the subitizing range: An fMRI study
T Leibovich, A Henik, M Salti
Neuropsychologia 77, 137-147, 2015
Asymmetric processing of numerical and nonnumerical magnitudes in the brain: an fMRI study
T Leibovich, SE Vogel, A Henik, D Ansari
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (1), 166-176, 2016
Inhibition of return in the archer fish
S Gabay, T Leibovich, A Ben-Simon, A Henik, R Segev
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-5, 2013
What do we measure when we measure magnitudes?
T Leibovich, AY Kallai, S Itamar
Continuous issues in numerical cognition, 355-373, 2016
Itsy bitsy spider?: Valence and self-relevance predict size estimation
T Leibovich, N Cohen, A Henik
Biological Psychology 121, 138-145, 2016
The importance of being relevant: Modulation of magnitude representations
T Leibovich, L Diesendruck, O Rubinsten, A Henik
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 369, 2013
A new method for calculating individual subitizing ranges
T Leibovich-Raveh, DJ Lewis, SAR Kadhim, D Ansari
Journal of Numerical Cognition 4 (2), 429-447, 2018
Accumulation of non‐numerical evidence during nonsymbolic number processing in the brain: An fMRI study
T Leibovich, D Ansari
Human brain mapping 38 (10), 4908-4921, 2017
Beyond comparison: The influence of physical size on number estimation is modulated by notation, range and spatial arrangement
T Leibovich, SAR Kadhim, D Ansari
Acta psychologica 175, 33-41, 2017
Automaticity of conceptual magnitude
Y Gliksman, S Itamar, T Leibovich, Y Melman, A Henik
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Symbol-value association and discrimination in the archerfish
N Karoubi, T Leibovich, R Segev
PloS one 12 (4), e0174044, 2017
Comparative judgments of symbolic and non-symbolic stimuli yield different patterns of reaction times
T Leibovich, S Ashkenazi, O Rubinsten, A Henik
Acta psychologica 144 (2), 308-315, 2013
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