Thomas R. Shultz

Affiliations: 
Psychology  McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Area:
Cognitive development, computational modeks
Website:
http://www.psych.mcgill.ca/perpg/fac/shultz/personal/default.htm
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Children

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Peter S Helfer grad student
Vincent G. Berthiaume grad student 2011 McGill

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Kevin N. Dunbar collaborator McGill
Kevin N. Dunbar collaborator 1988-1999 McGill
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Helfer P, Shultz TR. (2014) The effects of nutrition labeling on consumer food choice: a psychological experiment and computational model. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1331: 174-85
Ruths D, Shultz T. (2014) Understanding social networks requires more than two dimensions Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 99
Dandurand F, Shultz TR. (2014) A comprehensive model of development on the balance-scale task Cognitive Systems Research. 31: 1-25
Kaznatcheev A, Shultz TR. (2013) Limitations of the Dirac formalism as a descriptive framework for cognition. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36: 292-3
Berthiaume VG, Shultz TR, Onishi KH. (2013) A constructivist connectionist model of transitions on false-belief tasks. Cognition. 126: 441-58
Hartshorn M, Kaznatcheev A, Shultz T. (2013) The evolutionary dominance of ethnocentric cooperation Jasss. 16
Dandurand F, Shultz TR, Rey A. (2012) Including cognitive biases and distance-based rewards in a connectionist model of complex problem solving. Neural Networks : the Official Journal of the International Neural Network Society. 25: 41-56
Shultz TR, Mysore SP, Quartz SR. (2012) Why let networks grow? Neuroconstructivism. 2
Shultz TR. (2012) A constructive neural-network approach to modeling psychological development Cognitive Development. 27: 383-400
Shultz T, Kuipers B. (2011) Understanding psychological development in biological and artificial agents: Report on the international conference on development and learning (ICDL 2010) Ieee Transactions On Autonomous Mental Development. 3: 4-5
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