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Patrick A. Simen

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
"Patrick Simen"
Mean distance: 14.35 (cluster 23)


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Thad Polk grad student 2000-2004 University of Michigan
 (Neural mechanisms for control in complex cognition.)
Jonathan D. Cohen post-doc Princeton


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Sero Toriano Parel research assistant 2013-2015 Oberlin College


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Fuat Balci collaborator 2007- Princeton
David Contreras Ros collaborator 2007-2007 Princeton
Ritwik K. Niyogi collaborator 2008-2009 Princeton
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van Vugt MK, Simen P, Nystrom L, et al. (2015) Correction: Lateralized Readiness Potentials Reveal Properties of a Neural Mechanism for Implementing a Decision Threshold. Plos One. 10: e0132197
Standage D, Wang DH, Heitz RP, et al. (2015) Toward a unified view of the speed-accuracy trade-off. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9: 139
Simen P, Vlasov K, Papadakis S. (2015) Scale (In)Variance in a Unified Diffusion Model of Decision Making and Timing Psychological Review
Kar??lar H, Simen P, Papadakis S, et al. (2014) Speed accuracy trade-off under response deadlines. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8: 248
Goldfarb S, Leonard NE, Simen P, et al. (2014) A comparative study of drift diffusion and linear ballistic accumulator models in a reward maximization perceptual choice task. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8: 148
Balcı F, Simen P. (2014) Decision processes in temporal discrimination. Acta Psychologica. 149: 157-68
van Vugt MK, Simen P, Nystrom L, et al. (2014) Lateralized readiness potentials reveal properties of a neural mechanism for implementing a decision threshold. Plos One. 9: e90943
Teslovich T, Mulder M, Franklin NT, et al. (2014) Adolescents let sufficient evidence accumulate before making a decision when large incentives are at stake. Developmental Science. 17: 59-70
van Vugt MK, Simen P, Nystrom LE, et al. (2012) EEG oscillations reveal neural correlates of evidence accumulation. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 6: 106
Simen P. (2012) Evidence Accumulator or Decision Threshold - Which Cortical Mechanism are We Observing? Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 183
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