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Probability and intentional action
Volume 141, March 2023, 101551Author links open overlay panel, , , AbstractHow does probability affect attributions of int...
Relational and lexical similarity in analogical reasoning and recognition memory: Behavioral evidence and computational evaluation
Volume 141, March 2023, 101550Author links open overlay panelAbstractWe examined the role of different types of similarity...
Facial typicality and attractiveness reflect an ideal dimension of face structure
Volume 140, February 2023, 101541Author links open overlay panelHighlights•Face representation has been explained in terms...
The role of task-relevant and task-irrelevant information in congruency sequence effects: Applying the diffusion model for conflict tasks
Volume 140, February 2023, 101528Author links open overlay panelAbstractIn conflict tasks, such as the Simon, Eriksen flan...
Active causal structure learning in continuous time
Volume 140, February 2023, 101542Author links open overlay panelAbstractResearch on causal cognition has largely focused o...
The perceived dilution of causal strength
Volume 140, February 2023, 101540Author links open overlay panelAbstractDependency theories of causal reasoning, such as c...
Evidence for abstract representations in children but not capuchin monkeys
Volume 140, February 2023, 101530Author links open overlay panelAbstractThe use of abstract higher-level knowledge (also c...
Contextuality and context-sensitivity in probabilistic models of cognition
Volume 140, February 2023, 101529Author links open overlay panelHighlights•Introduces the notion of contextuality to cogni...
Demonstrative systems: From linguistic typology to social cognition
This study explores the connection between language and social cognition by empirically testing different typological anal...
A language of thought for the mental representation of geometric shapes
Volume 139, December 2022, 101527Author links open overlay panelHighlights•Some geometrical shapes are universally atteste...
How “is” shapes “ought” for folk-biological concepts
Volume 139, December 2022, 101507Highlights•Causal beliefs about why features are frequent underlie is-ought reasoning.•Pa...
Developmental trajectories of delay discounting from childhood to young adulthood: longitudinal associations and test-retest reliability
Delay discounting (DD) indexes an individual’s preference for smaller immediate rewards over larger delayed rewards, and i...
The quest for simplicity in human learning: Identifying the constraints on attention
For better or worse, humans live a resource-constrained existence; only a fraction of physical sensations ever reach consc...
Inductive biases in theory-based reinforcement learning
Volume 138, November 2022, 101509AbstractUnderstanding the inductive biases that allow humans to learn in complex environm...
Integrated diffusion models for distance effects in number memory
I evaluated three models for the representation of numbers in memory. These were integrated with the diffusion decision mo...
MEM-EX: An exemplar memory model of decisions from experience
Volume 138, November 2022, 101517AbstractMany real-world decisions must be made on basis of experienced outcomes. However,...
An instance-based model account of the benefits of varied practice in visuomotor skill
Volume 137, September 2022, 101491AbstractExposing learners to variability during training has been demonstrated to improv...
Algorithms of adaptation in inductive inference
Volume 137, September 2022, 101506Highlights•People’s revised hypotheses are anchored to idiosyncrasies of their initial h...
Swap errors in visual working memory are fully explained by cue-feature variability
Volume 137, September 2022, 101493AbstractIn cue-based recall from working memory, incorrectly reporting features of an un...
What is theory of mind? A psychometric study of theory of mind and intelligence
Theory of mind (ToM) is an essential ability for social competence and communication, and it is necessary for understandin...
Visual foundations of Euclidean geometry
Volume 136, August 2022, 101494Highlights•In Euclidean geometry, forms are defined by their shape and size.•Participants f...
Strategy selection in decisions from givens: Deciding at a glance?
Volume 136, August 2022, 101483AbstractPeople deciding between alternatives have at their disposal a toolbox containing bo...
Distinct but correlated latent factors support the regulation of learned conflict-control and task-switching
Volume 135, June 2022, 101474Highlights•We examine the latent structure of learning to adjust cognitive control.•We manipu...
Motivation improves working memory by two processes: Prioritisation and retrieval thresholds
Motivation can improve performance when the potential rewards outweigh the cost of effort expended. In working memory (WM)...
The development of reasoning by exclusion in infancy
How do humans develop the capacity to reason? In five studies, we examined infants’ emerging ability to make exclusion inf...
Patterns in CAOSS: Distributed representations predict variation in relational interpretations for familiar and novel compound words
Volume 134, May 2022, 101471AbstractWhile distributional semantic models that represent word meanings as high-dimensional ...
Ambivalence in decision making: An eye tracking study
Highlights•Eye tracking traces the attentional dynamics in ambivalent decision situations.•Decision dynamics sometimes con...
An interference model for visual working memory: Applications to the change detection task
AbstractMost studies of visual-working memory employ one of two experimental paradigms: change-detection or continuous-sti...
Motivated to learn: An account of explanatory satisfaction
Volume 132, February 2022, 101453Highlights•Some explanations feel more satisfying than others. Why?•Explanatory satisfact...