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de Hevia, M.D. 2021. How the human mind grounds numerical quantities on space. Child Development Perspectives, 15, 44-50.

de Hevia, M.D., Veggiotti, L., Streri, A., & Bonn, C. 2017. At birth humans associate “few” with left and “many” with right. Current Biology, 27, 3879–3884.e2.

de Hevia, M.D., Izard, V., Coubart, A., Spelke, E.S, & Streri, A. (2014). Representations of space, time, and number in newborn infants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 11, 4809–4813.

de Hevia, M.D., & Spelke, E.S. (2010). “Number-space mapping in human infants”. Psychological Science, 21, 653-660.

de Hevia, M.D., & Spelke, E.S. (2009). “Spontaneous mapping of number and space in adults and young children”. Cognition, 110, 198-207.