Jessica Cantlon is the Ronald J. and Mary Ann Zdrojkowski Professor of Developmental Neuroscience at the Carnegie Mellon University. In 2017 she was selected as Time Person of the Year as one of the Silence Breakers.
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The origins of counting algorithms. ( 2015 )
The evolution of self-control ( 2014 )
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Cortical representations of symbols, objects, and faces are pruned back during early childhood ( 2010 )