Bradley C. Love

University of Texas, Austin, Texas 
 University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Cognition, Human learning and Decision making
"Bradley Love"
Mean distance: 15.23 (cluster 15)


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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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Braunlich K, Love BC. (2021) Bidirectional influences of information sampling and concept learning. Psychological Review
Love BC. (2021) Levels of biological plausibility. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 376: 20190632
Love BC, Roads BD. (2020) Similarity as a Window on the Dimensions of Object Representation. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Mok RM, Love BC. (2020) Abstract Neural Representations of Category Membership beyond Information Coding Stimulus or Response. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-17
Bobadilla-Suarez S, Guest O, Love BC. (2020) Subjective value and decision entropy are jointly encoded by aligned gradients across the human brain. Communications Biology. 3: 597
Botvinik-Nezer R, Holzmeister F, Camerer CF, et al. (2020) Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams. Nature
Hornsby AN, Evans T, Riefer PS, et al. (2020) Conceptual Organization is Revealed by Consumer Activity Patterns. Computational Brain & Behavior. 3: 162-173
Broschard MB, Kim J, Love BC, et al. (2020) Category learning in rodents using touchscreen-based tasks. Genes, Brain, and Behavior
Hornsby AN, Love BC. (2020) How decisions and the desire for coherency shape subjective preferences over time. Cognition. 200: 104244
Mack ML, Preston AR, Love BC. (2020) Ventromedial prefrontal cortex compression during concept learning. Nature Communications. 11: 46
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