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Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception - UMR 8242
Uni­ver­sité Paris Descartes
45 Rue des Saints Pères
75270 Paris Cedex 06
France

Maria Dolores DE HEVIA

Research Scientist
Perception, Action and Cognitive Development group

dehevialola@-Code a retirer pour éviter le SPAM-gmail.com
+33 (0) 1 42 86 22 29, room 605

Scientific interests : Representation of quantitative dimensions and use of space to represent non-spatial concepts; infants and newborns

Articles

Chapitres

  • de Hevia MD. (2015). Link between numbers and spatial extent from birth to adulthood. In Avishai Henik (Ed) Continuous issues in numerical cognition: How many or how much., Elsevier ed..
  • de Hevia MD, Vallar G, , Girelli L. (2006). Visuo-spatial components of numerical representation. In T. Vecchi and G. Bottini (Ed) Imagery and Spatial Cognition: Methods, Models and Cognitive Assessment, John Benjamins ed. 155-171.

Communications orales

  • Bulf H, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. (2015). Left-to-right orientation facilitates learning of abstract rules in 7-month-old infants. Paper presented at the Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Hungary.
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. (2015). Small on the left, large on the right: Evidence for a Posner-SNARC effect in preverbal infants. Paper presented at the Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Hungary.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K. (2015). Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Paper presented at the Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Hungary.
  • Marie J, Martin L, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. (2015). Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. Paper presented at the SRCD, Philadelphia, PA, USA. (PDF)
  • Bulf H, Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD. (2014). Do numbers orient visual attention in infants? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. Paper presented at the International Society for Infant Studies, Berlin, Germany.
  • Bulf H, de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. (2014). Magnitude information and oriented spatial codes in human infants. Paper presented at the Sympoisum on the Embodiment of abstract concepts: what’s special about space?, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy.
  • Gariboldi V, Bulf H, de Hevia MD, McCrink K, Macchi-Cassia V. (2014). Operational momentum during the representation of ordinal relations in 4- and 12-month-old infants. Paper presented at the Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy..
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Gariboldi V, Bulf H, McCrink K, de Hevia MD. (2014). Operational momentum during magnitude ordering in 12-month-old infants. Paper presented at the International Society for Infant Studies, Berlin, Germany.
  • Marie J, Coubart A, de Hevia MD, Streri A, Izard V. (2014). Newborn infants detect correspondences in the numerical structure of visual vs. auditory sets. Paper presented at the Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Hongrie.
  • Addabbo M, Quirito, S, Gariboldi V, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. (2013). La discriminazione delle relazioni numeriche ordinali a 4 mesi di vita: nuove evidenze di un vantaggio per l’ordine crescente. Paper presented at the XXVI Congresso nazionale della sezione di psicologia dello sviluppo e dell’educazione, Milan, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD. (2013). What babies know about Space, Time, and Number. Paper presented at the College de France, Paris, France.
  • de Hevia MD, Marie, J, Coubart A, Streri A, Izard V. (2013). One-to-one correspondence cues for small sets enhance infants’ arithmetic abilities. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, USA.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. (2012). Not all continuous dimensions map equally: Number-Brightness mapping in infants. Paper presented at the International Society for Infant Studies, Minneapolis, USA.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, Girelli L, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M. (2011). Four-Month-Old Infants' Detection of Order: An Advantage for Increasing Non-Numerical Sequences. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD. (2011). Constructing a Mental Number Line. Paper presented at the Journée scientifique annuelle du GDR Neurosciences Cognitives du Développement, Paris.
  • de Hevia MD, Macchi-Cassia V. (2011). Early precursors of a number line. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal, Canada.
  • de Hevia MD, Vanderslice M, Spelke ES. (2011). Cross-dimensional Mapping of Number, Length and Brightness by Preschool Children. Paper presented at the Cognitive Development Society, Philadelphia, USA.
  • Katz R, de Hevia MD, Izard V, Spelke ES. (2010). High Tones and High Places: Infants' mapping across tonal and spatial dimensions. Paper presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Macchi-Cassia V, de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Rumi G, Perego V, Girelli L. (2010). Increasing magnitude counts more: evidence from 4-month-old infants’ detection of non-numerical ordinal sequences. Paper presented at the British Psychological Association, Developmental Section Conference, London, UK.
  • de Hevia MD, Picozzi M, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. (2010). Left-to-right oriented number line: Infants’ use of space to represent number magnitude. Paper presented at the International Society for Infant Studies, Baltimore, USA.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. (2009). Are 4-Month-Olds Able to Discriminate Ordinal Sequences of Non-Numerical Quantities?. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, USA.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. (2009). Are 4-month-olds able to discriminate non-numerical ordinal sequences?. Paper presented at the Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, Trento, Italy.
  • Picozzi M, de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Macchi-Cassia V. (2009). Seven-month-old infants’ ability to detect ordinal numerical relationships within temporal and spatiotemporal sequences. Paper presented at the Workshop on Cognition and Evolution CogEVO, Trento, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. (2009). The Spatial-Numerical Link in Adults, Children, and Infants. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, USA.
  • de Hevia MD. (2008). Links between representations of number and space in early childhood and infancy. Paper presented at the Jacobs Foundation Conference, Marbach Castle, Germany.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. (2008). Connections between number and space in infancy. Paper presented at the International Society for Infant Studies, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Girelli L, Previtali P, de Hevia MD. (2007). Serial learning induces spatially-organized mental representation. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), Marseille, France.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. (2007). Mapping numbers onto space: Further support for the cognitive illusion hypothesis. Paper presented at the Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, Como, Italy.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Girelli L. (2007). The influence of numerical information on the representation of space. Paper presented at the Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, Como, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Spelke ES. (2007). The spatial representation of magnitude in children: Effects of number in the perception of a line. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, USA.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Bricolo E, Girelli L. (2006). Spatial effects on the writing of Arabic numbers. Paper presented at the Congresso Nazionale della Sezione di Psicologia Sperimentale, Rovereto, Italy.
  • Perrone G, de Hevia MD, Bricolo E, Girelli L. (2005). Physical and symbolic distances in the representational space: Evidence from scanning visual images. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), Leiden, Holland.
  • de Hevia MD. (2005). The influence of the numerical magnitude in the representation of space. Paper presented at the NUMBRA / ESCOP Summer School “Neuroscience of number processing, Erice, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Bricolo E, Vallar G. (2005). The impact of numbers in the representational space: Mis-estimations of length. Paper presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Meeting, New York, USA.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Bricolo E, Vallar G. (2005). The impact of the numerical magnitude in the representation of space. Paper presented at the NUMBRA / ESCOP Summer School “Neuroscience of number processing”, Erice, Italy.
  • de Hevia MD, Girelli L, Vallar G. (2003). Cognitive illusion of length induced by number magnitude. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP), Granada, Spain.