Christian Luhmann

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Learning, Decision-making
"Christian Luhmann"
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Woo-kyoung Ahn grad student 2000-2006 Vanderbilt
Marvin M. Chun post-doc Yale
Xiao-Jing Wang post-doc Yale


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Bart Massi research assistant 2010-2012 SUNY Stony Brook
Matthew E. Jacovina grad student 2011 SUNY Stony Brook
Pei-Pei Liu grad student 2014 SUNY Stony Brook
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Luhmann CC, Rajaram S. (2015) Memory Transmission in Small Groups and Large Networks: An Agent-Based Model. Psychological Science
Liu PP, Safin V, Yang B, et al. (2015) Direct and Indirect Influence of Altruistic Behavior in a Social Network. Plos One. 10: e0140357
Massi B, Luhmann CC. (2015) Fairness influences early signatures of reward-related neural processing. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Arfer KB, Luhmann CC. (2015) The predictive accuracy of intertemporal-choice models. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 68: 326-41
Liu PP, Luhmann CC. (2015) Evidence for online processing during causal learning. Learning & Behavior. 43: 1-11
Ferson S, O'Rawe J, Antonenko A, et al. (2015) Natural language of uncertainty: Numeric hedge words International Journal of Approximate Reasoning. 57: 19-39
Bixter MT, Luhmann CC. (2015) Evidence for Implicit Risk: Delay Facilitates the Processing of Uncertainty Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
Bixter MT, Luhmann CC. (2014) Shared losses reduce sensitivity to risk: A laboratory study of moral hazard Journal of Economic Psychology. 42: 63-73
Bixter MT, Luhmann CC. (2013) Adaptive intertemporal preferences in foraging-style environments. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 7: 93
Luhmann CC. (2013) Discounting of delayed rewards is not hyperbolic. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 1274-9
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