A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Scott P Johnson, Dima Amso, Jonathan A Slemmer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2003
Times Cited: 115



E S Spelke, K Breinlinger, J Macomber, K Jacobson. Psychol Rev 1992
Times Cited: 391




List of shared articles



Times cited

The meaning and structure of scenes.
Melissa Le-Hoa Võ. Vision Res 2021
4

Using automated controlled rearing to explore the origins of object permanence.
Aditya Prasad, Samantha M W Wood, Justin N Wood. Dev Sci 2019
1

Increased visual interest and affective responses to impossible figures in early infancy.
Christina Krause, Danielle Longo, Sarah Shuwairi. Infant Behav Dev 2019
0

Infants anticipate probabilistic but not deterministic outcomes.
Ernő Téglás, Luca L Bonatti. Cognition 2016
9

Spontaneous object and movement representations in 4-month-old human infants and albino Swiss mice.
Alan Langus, Amanda Saksida, Daniela Braida, Roberta Martucci, Mariaelvina Sala, Marina Nespor. Cognition 2015
1


Actions Seen through Babies' Eyes: A Dissociation between Looking Time and Predictive Gaze.
Moritz M Daum, Manja Attig, Ronald Gunawan, Wolfgang Prinz, Gustaf Gredebäck. Front Psychol 2012
34

Anticipatory reaching of seven- to eleven-month-old infants in occlusion situations.
Margot van Wermeskerken, John van der Kamp, Arenda F Te Velde, Ana V Valero-Garcia, Marco J M Hoozemans, Geert J P Savelsbergh. Infant Behav Dev 2011
7

Infants' representations of three-dimensional occluded objects.
Rebecca J Woods, Teresa Wilcox, Jennifer Armstrong, Gerianne Alexander. Infant Behav Dev 2010
5

How Infants Learn About the Visual World.
Scott P Johnson. Cogn Sci 2010
24

Young infants' reasoning about physical events involving inert and self-propelled objects.
Yuyan Luo, Lisa Kaufman, Renée Baillargeon. Cogn Psychol 2009
60


Development of three-dimensional object completion in infancy.
Kasey C Soska, Scott P Johnson. Child Dev 2008
19

Learning about occlusion: initial assumptions and rapid adjustments.
Olga Kochukhova, Gustaf Gredebäck. Cognition 2007
37


Phenomenal permanence and the development of predictive tracking in infancy.
Bennett I Bertenthal, Matthew R Longo, Sarah Kenny. Child Dev 2007
17