Nick Chater

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Nick Chater"
Mean distance: 17.2 (cluster 15)
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Morten H. Christiansen grad student UCL
Erica Yu grad student UCL
Konstantinos Tsetsos grad student 2008- UCL
Barlow Wright grad student 1996-1999 Oxford
Luca Onnis grad student 2004 University of Warwick
Michelle R. Ellefson post-doc 2002-2005 University of Warwick


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Oaksford M, Chater N. (2019) New Paradigms in the Psychology of Reasoning. Annual Review of Psychology
Chater N, Zeitoun H, Melkonyan T. (2019) The social character of moral reasoning. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42: e149
Reali F, Chater N, Christiansen MH. (2018) Simpler grammar, larger vocabulary: How population size affects language. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Chater N, Oaksford M. (2017) Theories or fragments? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e258
Chater N, Felin T, Funder DC, et al. (2017) Mind, rationality, and cognition: An interdisciplinary debate. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kunar MA, Watson DG, Tsetsos K, et al. (2017) The influence of attention on value integration. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Hall S, Ali N, Chater N, et al. (2016) Discounting and Augmentation in Causal Conditional Reasoning: Causal Models or Shallow Encoding? Plos One. 11: e0167741
Chater N, Christiansen MH. (2016) Squeezing through the Now-or-Never bottleneck: Reconnecting language processing, acquisition, change, and structure. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e91
Tsetsos K, Moran R, Moreland JC, et al. (2016) Reply to Davis-Stober et al.: Violations of rationality in a psychophysical task are not aggregation artifacts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Hsu AS, Horng A, Griffiths TL, et al. (2016) When Absence of Evidence Is Evidence of Absence: Rational Inferences From Absent Data. Cognitive Science
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