Bradley C. Love

Affiliations: 
University of Texas, Austin, Texas 
 University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Cognition, Human learning and Decision making
Website:
http://bradlove.org/
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Tyler H. Davis grad student
Yasuaki Sakamoto grad student 2005 UT Austin
Todd M. Gureckis grad student 2001-2005 UT Austin
Ross Otto grad student 2007-2012 UT Austin
Aaron B. Hoffman post-doc UT Austin
Matt Jones post-doc 2003- University of Texas
Robert M. Mok post-doc 2017-2020
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Mok RM, Love BC. (2019) A non-spatial account of place and grid cells based on clustering models of concept learning. Nature Communications. 10: 5685
Parpart P, Jones M, Love BC. (2018) Heuristics as Bayesian inference under extreme priors. Cognitive Psychology. 102: 127-144
Love BC. (2016) Cognitive Models as Bridge between Brain and Behavior. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Blanco NJ, Love BC, Ramscar M, et al. (2016) Exploratory Decision-Making as a Function of Lifelong Experience, Not Cognitive Decline. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Love BC, Kopeć Ł, Guest O. (2015) Optimism Bias in Fans and Sports Reporters. Plos One. 10: e0137685
Blanco NJ, Love BC, Cooper JA, et al. (2015) A frontal dopamine system for reflective exploratory behavior. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 123: 84-91
Love BC. (2015) The algorithmic level is the bridge between computation and brain. Topics in Cognitive Science. 7: 230-42
Riefer PS, Love BC. (2015) Unfazed by both the bull and bear: Strategic exploration in dynamic environments Games. 6: 251-261
Hornsby AN, Love BC. (2014) Improved Classification of Mammograms Following Idealized Training. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 3: 72-76
Davis T, Xue G, Love BC, et al. (2014) Global neural pattern similarity as a common basis for categorization and recognition memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 34: 7472-84
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