Ian Krajbich, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Behavioral and Social Neuroscience California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Area:
Neuroeconomics
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Parents

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Antonio Rangel grad student 2011 Caltech
 (Neurometrically informed mechanism design and the role of visual fixations in simple choice.)

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Rafael Polania collaborator 2012-
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Weilbächer RA, Krajbich I, Rieskamp J, et al. (2021) The influence of visual attention on memory-based preferential choice. Cognition. 215: 104804
Weilbächer RA, Krajbich I, Rieskamp J, et al. (2021) The influence of visual attention on memory-based preferential choice. Cognition. 215: 104804
Thomas AW, Molter F, Krajbich I. (2021) Uncovering the computational mechanisms underlying many-alternative choice. Elife. 10
Smith SM, Krajbich I. (2021) Mental representations distinguish value-based decisions from perceptual decisions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Stillman PE, Krajbich I, Ferguson MJ. (2020) Using dynamic monitoring of choices to predict and understand risk preferences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rramani Q, Krajbich I, Enax L, et al. (2020) Salient nutrition labels shift peoples' attention to healthy foods and exert more influence on their choices. Nutrition Research (New York, N.Y.). 80: 106-116
Konovalov A, Krajbich I. (2020) Mouse tracking reveals structure knowledge in the absence of model-based choice. Nature Communications. 11: 1893
Gwinn R, Krajbich I. (2020) Attitudes and attention Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 86: 103892
Thomas AW, Molter F, Krajbich I, et al. (2019) Gaze bias differences capture individual choice behaviour. Nature Human Behaviour
Roberts ID, Krajbich I, Way BM. (2019) Acetaminophen influences social and economic trust. Scientific Reports. 9: 4060
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