Nick Chater

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
"Nick Chater"
Mean distance: 17.2 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree


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Morten H. Christiansen grad student UCL
Erica Yu grad student UCL
Konstantinos Tsetsos grad student 2008- UCL
Barlow Wright grad student 1996-1999 Oxford
Luca Onnis grad student 2004 University of Warwick
Michelle R. Ellefson post-doc 2002-2005 University of Warwick


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Sanborn AN, Heller K, Austerweil JL, et al. (2021) REFRESH: A new approach to modeling dimensional biases in perceptual similarity and categorization. Psychological Review
Heyes C, Chater N, Dwyer DM. (2020) Sinking In: The Peripheral Baldwinisation of Human Cognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Chater N. (2020) Facing up to the uncertainties of COVID-19. Nature Human Behaviour
Zhu JQ, Sanborn AN, Chater N. (2020) The Bayesian sampler: Generic Bayesian inference causes incoherence in human probability judgments. Psychological Review
Sanborn AN, Zhu J, Spicer J, et al. (2020) Sampling as a resource-rational constraint. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 43: e22
Kossuth L, Powdthavee N, Harris D, et al. (2020) Does it pay to bet on your favourite to win? Evidence on experienced utility from the 2018 FIFA World Cup experiment Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 171: 35-58
Oaksford M, Chater N. (2019) New Paradigms in the Psychology of Reasoning. Annual Review of Psychology
Chater N, Zeitoun H, Melkonyan T. (2019) The social character of moral reasoning. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 42: e149
Chater N, Misyak J, Ritchie O, et al. (2019) Sensorimotor communication beyond the body: The case of driving: Comments on "The body talks: Sensorimotor communication and its brain and kinematic signatures". Physics of Life Reviews
Chater N. (2018) Is the Type 1/Type 2 Distinction Important for Behavioral Policy? Trends in Cognitive Sciences
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