joseph johnson

Miami University (Ohio), Oxford, OH 
Decision Making
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James Townsend grad student Indiana University
Jerome R. Busemeyer grad student 2004 Indiana University
 (A computational modeling account of robust preference reversal phenomena.)
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Franco-Watkins AM, Davis ME, Johnson JG. (2016) The ticking time bomb: Using eye-tracking methodology to capture attentional processing during gradual time constraints. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Koop GJ, Johnson JG. (2013) The response dynamics of preferential choice. Cognitive Psychology. 67: 151-85
Wang XT, Johnson JG. (2012) A tri-reference point theory of decision making under risk. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 141: 743-56
Glöckner A, Heinen T, Johnson JG, et al. (2012) Network approaches for expert decisions in sports. Human Movement Science. 31: 318-33
Franco-Watkins AM, Johnson JG. (2011) Decision moving window: using interactive eye tracking to examine decision processes. Behavior Research Methods. 43: 853-63
Johnson JG, Busemeyer JR. (2010) Decision making under risk and uncertainty. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 1: 736-49
Johnson JG, Raab M, Heekeren HR. (2009) Mind and motion: surveying successes and stumbles in looking ahead. Progress in Brain Research. 174: 319-28
DeCaro DA, Bar-Eli M, Conlin JA, et al. (2009) How do motoric realities shape, and become shaped by, the way people evaluate and select potential courses of action? Toward a unitary framework of embodied decision making. Progress in Brain Research. 174: 189-203
Johnson JG. (2009) Embodied cognition of movement decisions: a computational modeling approach. Progress in Brain Research. 174: 137-50
Raab M, Johnson JG. (2007) Expertise-based differences in search and option-generation strategies. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 13: 158-70
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