Full List Presentations & Preprints

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Winter term 2020/21

January 07, 2021 – Uma Karmarkar

Choice Framing Effects Arising from Non-Choice Items


December 17th, 2020 – Ian Krajbich

Webcam-based online eye-tracking for behavioral research


November 12, 2020 – Mary Frame

Utilizing Multiple Process Tracing Methods in Decision-Making Research: Benefits to Cognitive Modeling and Pragmatic Considerations 

October 29, 2020 – Dirk Wulff

Strategic Exploration and Memory Representations in Decisions from Experience


October 15, 2020 – Antonia Krefeld-Schwalb

The More You Ask, the Less You Get: When Additional Questions Hurt External Validity

Abstract, Preprint: Please find the working paper here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3713044

Summer term 2020

23/04/2020 – Sudeep Bhatia, Wenjia Zhao & Russell Richie

Process and Content in Decisions from Memory

Abstract, Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/nwxs2

07/05/2020 – Mariska Kret

Emotion Processing in Homo and Pan

Abstract, List of publications discussed in the talk

20/05/2020 – Michal Krol

Information search anomalies as a source of diagnostic information in decision process assessment

Abstract, Preprint: http://tiny.cc/5c8fpz

04/06/2020 – Stephanie M Smith

Explicit Opportunity Costs Reduce Purchasing via Visual Attention


18/06/2020 – Tim Mullett, Neil Stewart, Colin Camerer & Charlotte Edmunds

Visual attention and drift diffusion models of preference

Abstract, Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/sa4zr/

02/07/2020 – Veronika Zilker & Thorsten Pachur

Nonlinear Probability Weighting can Reflect Attentional Biases in Sampling and Gaze


16/07/2020 – Arkady Zgonnikov, David Abbink & Gustav Markkula

Driving the driver: Can the drift-diffusion model drift in the wild?

Abstract, Preprint: https://psyarxiv.com/p8dxn/

30/07/2020 – Susann Fiedler

Underlying Mechanisms of Strategic Decision Making


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