Juan Pascual-Leone

Psychology York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
"Juan Pascual-Leone"


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Robbie Case grad student (MathTree)
Anik de Ribaupierre grad student (PsychTree)
Steven Pulos grad student 1972-1979 York University
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Milani A, Pascual-Leone J, Arsalidou M. (2022) Converging evidence for domain-general developmental trends of mental attentional capacity: Validity and reliability of full and abbreviated measures. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 222: 105462
Pascual-Leone J. (2019) Growing minds have a maturing mental attention: A review of Demetriou and Spanoudis (2018) Intelligence. 72: 59-66
Arsalidou M, Pawliw-Levac M, Sadeghi M, et al. (2017) Brain areas associated with numbers and calculations in children: Meta-analyses of fMRI studies. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Kim TH, Pascual-Leone J, Johnson J, et al. (2016) The mental-attention Tai Chi effect with older adults. Bmc Psychology. 4: 29
Pascual-Leone J, Pascual-Leone A, Arsalidou M. (2015) Neuropsychology still needs to model organismic processes "from within". The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 38: e83
Im-Bolter N, Johnson J, Ling D, et al. (2015) Inhibition: Mental Control Process or Mental Resource? Journal of Cognition and Development. 16: 666-681
Howard SJ, Johnson J, Pascual-Leone J. (2014) Clarifying inhibitory control: Diversity and development of attentional inhibition Cognitive Development. 31: 1-21
Arsalidou M, Pascual-Leone J, Johnson J, et al. (2013) A balancing act of the brain: activations and deactivations driven by cognitive load. Brain and Behavior. 3: 273-85
Pascual-Leone J. (2013) Can we model organismic causes of working memory, efficiency and fluid intelligence? A meta-subjective perspective Intelligence. 41: 738-743
Agostino A, Johnson J, Pascual-Leone J. (2010) Executive functions underlying multiplicative reasoning: problem type matters. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 105: 286-305
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