W Todd Maddox

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Area:
cognitive psychology, category learning, decision making
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Crossley MJ, Maddox WT, Ashby FG. (2018) Increased cognitive load enables unlearning in procedural category learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Filoteo JV, Maddox WT, Ashby FG. (2017) Quantitative modeling of category learning deficits in various patient populations. Neuropsychology. 31: 862-876
Cooper JA, Blanco NJ, Maddox WT. (2016) Framing Matters: Effects of Framing on Older Adults' Exploratory Decision-Making. Psychology and Aging
Valentin VV, Maddox WT, Ashby FG. (2016) Dopamine dependence in aggregate feedback learning: A computational cognitive neuroscience approach. Brain and Cognition. 109: 1-18
Freedberg M, Glass B, Filoteo JV, et al. (2016) Comparing the effects of positive and negative feedback in information-integration category learning. Memory & Cognition
Noh SM, Yan VX, Bjork RA, et al. (2016) Optimal sequencing during category learning: Testing a dual-learning systems perspective. Cognition. 155: 23-29
Pang B, Blanco NJ, Maddox WT, et al. (2016) To not settle for small losses: evidence for an ecological aspiration level of zero in dynamic decision-making. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Grimm LR, Lewis B, Maddox WT, et al. (2016) Stereotype Fit Effects for Golf Putting Nonexperts. Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. 5: 39-51
Thakore N, Reno JM, Gonzales RA, et al. (2016) Alcohol enhances unprovoked 22-28kHz USVs and suppresses USV mean frequency in High Alcohol Drinking (HAD-1) male rats. Behavioural Brain Research
Pearson R, McGeary J, Maddox WT, et al. (2016) Serotonin promoter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) predicts biased attention for emotion stimuli: Preliminary evidence of moderation by the social environment. Clinical Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 4: 122-128
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