Benjamin R. Newell, Ph.D.

Psychology UNSW, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia 
Judgment and Decision Making, Rationality
"Benjamin Newell"
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Schulze C, Newell BR. (2016) Taking the easy way out? Increasing implementation effort reduces probability maximizing under cognitive load. Memory & Cognition
Navarro DJ, Newell BR, Schulze C. (2016) Learning and choosing in an uncertain world: An investigation of the explore-exploit dilemma in static and dynamic environments. Cognitive Psychology. 85: 43-77
Newell BR, Rakow T, Yechiam E, et al. (2016) Rare disaster information can increase risk-taking Nature Climate Change. 6: 158-161
Bateman H, Dobrescu LI, Newell BR, et al. (2016) As easy as pie: How retirement savers use prescribed investment disclosures Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 121: 60-76
Newell BR, Kary A, Moore C, et al. (2015) Managing the Budget: Stock-Flow Reasoning and the CO2 Accumulation Problem. Topics in Cognitive Science
Schulze C, Newell BR. (2015) More heads choose better than one: Group decision making can eliminate probability matching. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Schulze C, Newell BR. (2015) Compete, coordinate, and cooperate: How to exploit uncertain environments with social interaction. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 144: 967-81
Bonner C, Jansen J, Newell BR, et al. (2015) Is the "Heart Age" Concept Helpful or Harmful Compared to Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk? An Experimental Study. Medical Decision Making : An International Journal of the Society For Medical Decision Making
Rakow T, Newell BR, Wright L. (2015) Forgone but not forgotten: the effects of partial and full feedback in "harsh" and "kind" environments. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 22: 1807-13
Schulze C, van Ravenzwaaij D, Newell BR. (2015) Of matchers and maximizers: How competition shapes choice under risk and uncertainty. Cognitive Psychology. 78: 78-98
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