Working Memory Development


Stahl, A. E., & Feigenson, L. (2018). Infants use linguistic group distinctions to chunk items in memory.
Journal of experimental child psychology, 172, 149-167.


Kibbe, M.M. & Feigenson, L. (2017). A dissociation between small and large numbers in young
children’s ability to “solve for x” in non-symbolic math problems. Cognition 60, 82-90.
Pailian, H., Libertus, M. E., Feigenson, L., & Halberda, J. (2016). Visual working memory capacity
increases between ages 3 and 8 years, controlling for gains in attention, perception, and executive control. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78(6), 1556-1573.


Kibbe, M.M. & Feigenson, L. (2014) Developmental origins of recoding and decoding in memory.
Cognitive Psychology 75, 55-79.
Stahl, A. E., & Feigenson, L. (2014). Social knowledge facilitates chunking in infancy. Child development,
85(4), 1477-1490.


Moher, M., & Feigenson, L. (2013). Factors influencing infants’ ability to update object representations
in memory. Cognitive development, 28(3), 272-289.
Odic, D., Libertus, M. E., Feigenson, L., & Halberda, J. (2013). Developmental change in the acuity of
approximate number and area representations. Developmental psychology, 49(6), 1103.


Moher, M., Tuerk, A. S., & Feigenson, L. (2012). Seven-month-old infants chunk items in memory.
Journal of experimental child psychology, 112(4), 361-377.
Zosh, J. M., & Feigenson, L. (2012). Memory load affects object individuation in 18-month-old infants.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 113(3), 322-336.


Zosh, J.M., Feigenson, L., & Halberda, J.P. (2011). Memory for multiple visual ensembles in infancy.
Journal of Experimental Psychology- General, 140(2), 141-158.


Feigenson, L. & Yamaguchi, M. (2009). Limits on infants’ ability to dynamically update object
representations. Infancy, 14(2), 244-262.


Feigenson, L. & Halberda, J. (2008). Conceptual knowledge increases infants’ memory. Proceedings of
the National Academy of Sciences, 105(29), 9926-9930.


Feigenson, L (2007). Continuity of format and representation in short term memory development.
Chapter to appear in Short- and Long-term Memory in Early Childhood- Taking the First Steps.


Feigenson, L. (2005). A double dissociation in infants’ representation of object arrays. Cognition, 95,
Feigenson, L. & Carey, S. (2005). On the limits of infants’ quantification of small object arrays.
Cognition, 97, 295-313.


Feigenson, L. & Halberda, J. (2004). Infants chunk object arrays into sets of individuals. Cognition.


Feigenson, L. & Carey, S. (2003). Tracking individuals via object-files- Evidence from infants’ manual
search. Developmental Science, 6, 568-584.


Feigenson, L., Carey, S., & Hauser, M. (2002). The representations underlying infants’ choice of more-
Object-files versus analog magnitudes. Psychological Science, 13, 150-156.