Stephen Chrisomalis
Stephen Chrisomalis
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Wayne State University
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Numerical notation: A comparative history
S Chrisomalis
Cambridge University Press, 2010
1602010
A cognitive typology for numerical notation
S Chrisomalis
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 14 (1), 37-52, 2004
902004
The origins and coevolution of literacy and numeracy
S Chrisomalis
The Cambridge handbook of literacy 59, 2009
222009
Comparing cultures and comparing processes: Diachronic methods in cross-cultural anthropology
S Chrisomalis
Cross-cultural research 40 (4), 377-404, 2006
222006
The Egyptian origin of the Greek alphabetic numerals
S Chrisomalis
Antiquity 77 (297), 485-496, 2003
202003
The cognitive and cultural foundations of numbers
S Chrisomalis
Oxford Handbook of the History of Mathematics, 495-517, 2009
122009
Reconstructing prehistoric ethnicity: Problems and possibilities
S Chrisomalis, BG Trigger
A Passion for the Past: Papers in Honour of James F. Pendergast, Mercury …, 2004
122004
The comparative history of numerical notation
S Chrisomalis
McGill University, 2003
102003
Landscape Archaeology, Paganism, and the Interpretation of Megaliths.
J Beck, S Chrisomalis
Pomegranate 10 (2), 2008
82008
What's so improper about fractions? Prescriptivism and language socialization at Math Corps
S Chrisomalis
Language in Society 44 (01), 63-85, 2015
72015
The cultural challenge in mathematical cognition
S Beller, A Bender, S Chrisomalis, FM Jordan, KA Overmann, GB Saxe, ...
PsychOpen, 2018
62018
Umpteen reflections on indefinite hyperbolic numerals
S Chrisomalis
American Speech 91 (1), 3-33, 2016
62016
Constraint, cognition, and written numeration
S Chrisomalis
Pragmatics & Cognition 21 (3), 552-572, 2013
52013
Trends and transitions in the history of written numerals
S Chrisomalis
The Shape of Script: How and Why Writing Systems Change, 229-254, 2012
32012
Re-evaluating merit: Multiple overlapping factors explain the evolution of numerical notations
S Chrisomalis
Writing Systems Research 9 (1), 1-13, 2017
22017
Talking about impact: A handbook for pre-tenure humanists and social scientists
S Chrisomalis
22016
The role of culture and language for numerical cognition
A Bender, S Beller, KA Overmann, C Everett, D Gagne, M Coppola, ...
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
22014
Greatness in the Math Corps family: Integrating ethnographic, corpus, and cognitive approaches to a cultural model
S Chrisomalis
Language & Communication 33 (3), 155-166, 2013
22013
The perils of pseudo-Orwellianism
S Chrisomalis
Antiquity 81 (311), 204-207, 2007
22007
Six Unresolved Questions in the Early History of Numeration
S Chrisomalis
Signs of Writing: The Cultural, Social, and Linguistic Contexts of the World …, 2014
12014
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