John K. Kruschke

Affiliations: 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
attention in learning, connectionist models, bayesian statistics
Website:
http://www.indiana.edu/~kruschke/
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Celestin BD, Kruschke JK. (2019) Lay evaluations of police and civilian use of force: Action severity scales. Law and Human Behavior. 43: 290-305
Vandekerckhove J, Rouder JN, Kruschke JK. (2018) Editorial: Bayesian methods for advancing psychological science. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kruschke JK, Liddell TM. (2017) Bayesian data analysis for newcomers. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kruschke JK, Liddell TM. (2017) The Bayesian New Statistics: Hypothesis testing, estimation, meta-analysis, and power analysis from a Bayesian perspective. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Yoshida K, de Jong KJ, Kruschke JK, et al. (2015) Cross-language similarity and difference in quantity categorization of Finnish and Japanese Journal of Phonetics. 50: 81-98
Hullinger RA, Kruschke JK, Todd PM. (2014) An Evolutionary Analysis of Learned Attention. Cognitive Science
Ahn WY, Vasilev G, Lee SH, et al. (2014) Decision-making in stimulant and opiate addicts in protracted abstinence: evidence from computational modeling with pure users. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 849
Kruschke JK, Aguinis H, Joo H. (2014) Corrigendum to The time has come: Bayesian methods for data analysis in the organizational sciences (Organizational Research Methods, 15, 4, (722-752), 10.1177/1094428112457829) Organizational Research Methods. 17: 107
Liddell TM, Kruschke JK. (2014) Ostracism and fines in a public goods game with accidental contributions: The importance of punishment type Judgment and Decision Making. 9: 523-547
Kruschke JK. (2013) Posterior predictive checks can and should be Bayesian: comment on Gelman and Shalizi, 'Philosophy and the practice of Bayesian statistics'. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 66: 45-56
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