牟毅

   牟毅

     

    副教授

 
      Email: mouyi5@mail.sysu.edu.cn
 
 
 
 
 
 
研究领域
我主要研究数认知,物体认知及逻辑推理从婴儿到成人的毕生发展,并采用行为和脑电等多种测量方法。
 
教育背景
2004-2007 中国科学院心理研究所(硕士)
2007-2014 美国密苏里大学哥伦比亚校区心理学系(博士)
 
职业经历
2014-2017 美国伊利诺大学香槟校区心理学系(博士后)
 
论文

Mou, Y., Berteletti, I., & Hyde, D. C. (in press). What counts in preschool number knowledge? A Bayes factor 

   analytic approach towards theoretical model development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

Luo, Y., Hennefield, L., Mou, Y., vanMarle, K., & Markson, L. (in press). Infants’ understanding of preferences 

    when agents make inconsistent choices. Infancy.

Hyde, D. C. & Mou, Y. (in press). Magnitude rather than number: Evidence needed. Behavioral and Brain 

    Sciences (commentary).

vanMarle, K., Chu, F., Mou, Y., Seok, J., Rouder, J., & Geary, D. (2017). Attaching meaning to the number 

    words:Contributions of the object tracking and approximate number systems. Developmental Science.

Hyde, D. C, Simon, C., Berteletti, I., & Mou, Y. (2017). The relationship between non-verbal systems of 

    number and counting development: A neural signatures approach. Developmental Science.

Mou, Y., & Luo, Y. (2017). Is it a container? Young infants’ understanding of containment events. Infancy, 22, 

    256-270.

Mou, Y., Li, Y., Hoard, M, K., Nugent, L. D., Chu, F. W., Rouder, J. N., & Geary, D. C. (2016). 

    Developmental foundations of children’ fraction magnitude knowledge. Cognitive Development, 39, 141-153. 

Hyde, D. C., Berteletti, I., & Mou, Y. (2016).  Approximate numerical abilities and mathematics:  Insight 

    from correlational and experimental training studies.  In M. Cappelletti & W. Fias (Eds.), Progress in 

    Brain Research:  The Mathematical Brain Across the Lifespan (pp. 335-351)Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

vanMarle, K., Mou, Y., & Seok, J. H. (2016). Analog magnitudes support large number ordinal judgments 

    in infancy. Perception, 45, 32-43. 

Hyde, D. C. & Mou, Y. (2015). Neural and behavioral signatures core numerical abilities and early 

    numerical development. In D. B. Berch, D. C. Geary, & K. Mann Koepke (Eds.), Mathematical Cognition 

    and Learning, Volume 2 (pp. 51-77). Elsevier.

Mou, Y., & vanMarle, K. (2014). Two core systems of numerical representation in infants. Developmental 

    Review, 34,1-25.

Mou, Y., Province, J., & Luo, Y. (2014). Can infants make transitive inferences? Cognitive Psychology, 68, 98-

    112.

Zhu, L., Huangfu, G, Keller, M., Mou, Y., & Chen, D(2008)The development of Chinese children’s 

    decision-making in ultimatum and dictator gamesActa Psychologica Sinica40, 402-408.