Ronaldo Vigo

Affiliations: 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Mathematical Modeling, Concept Learning, Perception, Categorization, Similarity, Computational Modeling, Inference, Logic
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Zeigler DE, Vigo R. (2018) Classification errors and response times over multiple distributed sessions as a function of category structure. Memory & Cognition
Vigo R, Evans SW, Owens JS. (2015) Categorization behaviour in adults, adolescents, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder adolescents: A comparative investigation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 68: 1058-72
Zhao J, Cheng J, Harris M, et al. (2015) Anxiety and intertemporal decision making: The effect of the behavioral inhibition system and the moderation effects of trait anxiety on both state anxiety and socioeconomic status Personality and Individual Differences. 87: 236-241
Vigo R, Doan CA. (2015) The structure of choice Cognitive Systems Research
Vancouver JB, Weinhardt JM, Vigo R. (2014) Change one can believe in: Adding learning to computational models of self-regulation Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 124: 56-74
Vigo R. (2014) Mathematical principles of human conceptual behavior: The structural nature of conceptual representation and processing Mathematical Principles of Human Conceptual Behavior: the Structural Nature of Conceptual Representation and Processing. 1-246
Vigo R. (2013) The GIST of concepts. Cognition. 129: 138-62
Vigo R. (2013) Complexity over uncertainty in generalized representational information theory (GRIT): A structure-sensitive general theory of information Information (Switzerland). 4: 1-30
Vigo R, Basawaraj. (2013) Will the most informative object stand? Determining the impact of structural context on informativeness judgements Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 25: 248-266
Vigo R, Zeigler DE, Halsey PA. (2013) Gaze and informativeness during category learning: Evidence for an inverse relation Visual Cognition. 21: 446-476
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