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Michelangelo
Make yourself comfortable and browse past, current, and upcoming MathPsych sessions in the Michelangelo Room

Optimality in Choice
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Jul 23 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 24 @ 23:59
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A model of target position effects in a sequential lineup.
Prof. John Cameron Dunn, Matthew Kaesler, Dr. Carolyn Semmler
Response time models separate single- and dual-process accounts of memory-based decisions
Mr. Peter Maximilian Kraemer, Dr. Laura Fontanesi, Mikhail S Spektor, Sebastian Gluth
Single vs. dual process theories of reasoning in a Bayesian signal detection theory framework
Dr. Nicole Cruz, Brett Hayes, Rachel Stephens, Prof. John Cameron Dunn, Michael Lee
Anxiety modulates preference for immediate rewards among trait-impulsive individuals: A decision theory and hierarchical Bayesian analysis
Mr. Nathaniel Haines, Theodore Beauchaine, Mr. Matthew Galdo, Andrew Rogers, Hunter Hahn, Mark Pitt, Prof. Jay I. Myung, Dr. Brandon Turner, Prof. Woo-Young Ahn
Psychometrics
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Jul 24 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 25 @ 23:59
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A MPT model for measuring the memory of order
Dr. Richard Chechile, Giulia Pintea
Two Bayesian corrections for attenuation in correlation analysis to investigate unconscious mental processes
Dr. Simone Malejka, Miguel A. Vadillo, Zoltán Dienes, David R. Shanks
A practical perspective on knowledge space theory: ALEKS and its data
Dr. Eric Cosyn, Hasan Uzun, Dr. Christopher Doble, Jeffrey Matayoshi
Structural parameter interdependencies in computational models of cognition
Dr. Antonia Krefeld-Schwalb, Thorsten Pachur, Benjamin Scheibehenne
Decision Making
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Jul 27 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 28 @ 23:59
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Deep generative models as perceptual front-ends for decision-making
Mr. Milton Llera Montero, Rui Ponte Costa, Jeff Bowers, Casimir Ludwig, Gaurav Malhotra
Metascience
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Jul 28 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 29 @ 23:59
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Flexibility in reaction time analysis: Many roads to a false positive?
Dr. Luis Morís Fernández, Miguel A. Vadillo
Type I error in diffusion models: A drift towards false positives?
Dr. Joaquín Morís, Dr. Luis Morís Fernández, Miguel A. Vadillo
Foundational challenges for mathematical and computational cognitive modeling in the 21st century
Ronaldo Vigo
On bias, signal detection, and sequential sampling
Ørjan Røkkum Brandtzæg, Prof. Robert Biegler
Prediction error and surprise
Ms. Rebekka Lisøy, Prof. Gerit Pfuhl, Prof. Robert Biegler
Statistics
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Jul 29 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 30 @ 23:59
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Using parameter contours to achieve more robust model estimation
Ms. Sabina Johanna Sloman, Stephen Broomell, Daniel Oppenheimer
A hierarchical Bayesian model for the progressive ratio test
Ms. Yiyang Chen, Nicholas Breitborde, Mario Peruggia, Trisha Van Zandt
A robust Bayesian test for context effects in multi-attribute decision making
Dimitris Katsimpokis, Dr. Laura Fontanesi, Jorg Rieskamp
Prior predictive entropy as a measure of model complexity
J. Manuel Villarreal, Michael Lee, Alexander John Etz
Reaction Time Models
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Jul 30 @ 00:00 ~ Jul 31 @ 23:59
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A circular diffusion model of continuous-outcome source memory retrieval
Mr. Jason Zhou, Dr. Adam Osth, Simon D. Lilburn, Philip Smith
An extension of the LBA-IRT model to multidimensional multiple-alternative forced-choice personality measurement with response times
Kyosuke Bunji, Kensuke Okada
fMTP: A unifying computational framework of temporal preparation across time scales
Mr. Josh Manu Salet, Wouter Kruijne, Sander Los, Hedderik van Rijn, Martijn Meeter
Degenerate optimal boundaries for multiple-alternative decision making
Sophie-Anne Helen Baker, Dr. Thom John Owen Griffith, Nathan Lepora
The Trail Making Test: a simple model based on an eye-tracking study
Gustavo Gasaneo, Adrian Gandica, Dr. Jessica Del Punta
Axiomatics and Formal Analysis
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Jul 31 @ 00:00 ~ Aug 01 @ 23:59
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A new axiomatization of Luce’s model of choice and ranking
Dr. Donald Bamber, I. R. Goodman, Hung T. Nguyen
Applications of information theory to perceptual independence and separability
Mikaela Akrenius