Andrew Heathcote, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom 
"Andrew Heathcote"
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Reynolds A, Garton R, Kvam P, et al. (2020) A dynamic model of deciding not to choose. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Osth AF, Dunn JC, Heathcote A, et al. (2020) Two processes are not necessary to understand memory deficits. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42: e294
Weigard A, Huang-Pollock C, Brown S, et al. (2018) Testing formal predictions of neuroscientific theories of ADHD with a cognitive model-based approach. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 127: 529-539
Evans NJ, Brown SD, Mewhort DJK, et al. (2018) Refining the law of practice. Psychological Review. 125: 592-605
Osth AF, Jansson A, Dennis S, et al. (2018) Modeling the dynamics of recognition memory testing with an integrated model of retrieval and decision making. Cognitive Psychology. 104: 106-142
Tillman G, Osth AF, van Ravenzwaaij D, et al. (2017) A diffusion decision model analysis of evidence variability in the lexical decision task. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Osth AF, Dennis S, Heathcote A. (2017) Likelihood ratio sequential sampling models of recognition memory. Cognitive Psychology. 92: 101-126
Sense F, Morey CC, Prince M, et al. (2016) Opportunity for verbalization does not improve visual change detection performance: A state-trace analysis. Behavior Research Methods
Matzke D, Love J, Heathcote A. (2016) A Bayesian approach for estimating the probability of trigger failures in the stop-signal paradigm. Behavior Research Methods
Holmes WR, Trueblood JS, Heathcote A. (2016) A new framework for modeling decisions about changing information: The Piecewise Linear Ballistic Accumulator model. Cognitive Psychology. 85: 1-29
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