Andreas Jarvstad

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Psychology City University London, London, England, United Kingdom 
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Hotaling JM, Jarvstad A, Donkin C, et al. (2019) How to Change the Weight of Rare Events in Decisions From Experience. Psychological Science. 956797619884324
Jarvstad A, Gilchrist ID. (2019) Cognitive control of saccadic selection and inhibition from within the core cortical saccadic network. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Brunstrom JM, Stothart G, Rogers PJ, et al. (2018) Fat mass is predicted by subtle yet measurable differences in food-choice strategy Appetite. 130: 300
Brunstrom J, Jarvstad A, Rogers P. (2018) Applying ‘food-choice architecture’ to understand dietary decisions: Stratification by socio-economic status and adiposity Appetite. 123: 461
Brunstrom JM, Jarvstad A, Griggs RL, et al. (2016) Large Portions Encourage the Selection of Palatable Rather Than Filling Foods. The Journal of Nutrition
Bourdeaux CP, Thomas MJ, Gould TH, et al. (2016) Increasing compliance with low tidal volume ventilation in the ICU with two nudge-based interventions: evaluation through intervention time-series analyses. Bmj Open. 6: e010129
Jarvstad A, Hahn U, Warren PA, et al. (2014) Are perceptuo-motor decisions really more optimal than cognitive decisions? Cognition. 130: 397-416
Jarvstad A, Hahn U, Rushton SK, et al. (2013) Perceptuo-motor, cognitive, and description-based decision-making seem equally good. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 16271-6
Jarvstad A, Rushton SK, Warren PA, et al. (2012) Knowing when to move on: cognitive and perceptual decisions in time. Psychological Science. 23: 589-97
Jarvstad A, Hahn U. (2011) Source reliability and the conjunction fallacy. Cognitive Science. 35: 682-711
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