Nelson, J. D., B. Divjak, G. Gudmundsdottir, L. F. Martignon and B. Meder: Children's sequential information search is sensitive to environmental probabilities. In: Cognition 130, 1, 74-80 (2014).
doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2013.09.007
Filimon, F., M. G. Philiastides, J. D. Nelson, N. A. Kloosterman and H. R. Heekeren: How embodied is perceptual decision making? Evidence for separate processing of perceptual and motor decisions. In: Journal of Neuroscience 33, 5, 2121-2136 (2013).
doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2334-12.2013
Jarecki, J., B. Meder and J. D. Nelson: The assumption of class-conditional independence in category learning. In: Cooperative minds: Social interaction and group dynamics. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, (Eds.) Knauff, Markus; Pauen, Michael; Sebanz, Natalie; Wachsmuth, Ipke. Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX (2013) 2650-2655.
url: http://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2013/papers/0478/paper0478.pdf
Markant, D., T. Gureckis, B. Meder, J. D. Nelson, P. Pirolli and C. Yu: Informavores: Active information foraging and human cognition. In: Cooperative minds: Social interaction and group dynamics. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX (2013) 93-94.
url: http://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2013/papers/0038/paper0038.pdf
Meder, B. and J. D. Nelson: Information search with situation-specific reward functions. In: Judgment and Decision Making 7, 2, 119-148 (2012).
url: http://journal.sjdm.org/12/12314/jdm12314.pdf
Nelson, J. D., C. R. M. McKenzie, G. W. Cottrell and T. J. Sejnowski: Experience matters : Information acquisition optimizes probability gain. In: Psychological Science 21, 7, 960-969 (2010).
doi: 10.1177/0956797610372637
Filimon, F., J. D. Nelson, R.-S. Huang and M. I. Sereno: Multiple parietal reach regions in humans : Cortical representations for visual and proprioceptive feedback during on-line reaching. In: Journal of Neuroscience 29, 9, 2961-2971 (2009).
doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3211-08.2009
Nelson, J. D.: Naive optimality : Subjects' heuristics can be better motivated than experimenters' optimal models. In: Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32, 1, 94-95 (2009).
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