ISSN 0264-3294 (Print); ISSN 1464-0627 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Editorial overview for this special issue on understanding cognitive development: Approaches from mind and brain
Questioning the questions that have been asked about the infant brain using near-infrared spectroscopy
Aslin, Richard N.
The maps problem and the mapping problem: Two challenges for a cognitive neuroscience of speech and language
Insights into the origins of knowledge from the cognitive neuroscience of blindness
Bedny, Marina; Saxe, Rebecca
Routes to short-term memory indexing: Lessons from deaf native users of American Sign Language
Hirshorn, Elizabeth A.; Fernandez, Nina M.; Bavelier, Daphne
Developmental dyslexia: The difficulties of interpreting poor performance, and the importance of normal performance
Ramus, Franck; Ahissar, Merav
Genes, language, and the nature of scientific explanations: The case of Williams syndrome
Musolino, Julien; Landau, Barbara
The origins and structure of quantitative concepts
Bonn, Cory D.; Cantlon, Jessica F.
A critical review of the development of face recognition: Experience is less important than previously believed
McKone, Elinor; Crookes, Kate; Jeffery, Linda; Dilks, Daniel D.
Core knowledge of object, number, and geometry: A comparative and neural approach