Stefan Bode

University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 
Decision-making, fMRI, multivariate pattern classification
"Stefan Bode"
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Matthews JR, Cooper PS, Bode S, et al. (2023) The availability of non-instrumental information increases risky decision-making. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Overhoff H, Ko YH, Fink GR, et al. (2022) The relationship between response dynamics and the formation of confidence varies across the lifespan. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 14: 969074
Feuerriegel D, Murphy M, Konski A, et al. (2022) Electrophysiological correlates of confidence differ across correct and erroneous perceptual decisions. Neuroimage. 119447
Ko YH, Feuerriegel D, Turner W, et al. (2022) Divergent effects of absolute evidence magnitude on decision accuracy and confidence in perceptual judgements. Cognition. 225: 105125
Andrejević M, White JP, Feuerriegel D, et al. (2022) Response time modelling reveals evidence for multiple, distinct sources of moral decision caution. Cognition. 223: 105026
Turner W, Feuerriegel D, Hester R, et al. (2022) An initial 'snapshot' of sensory information biases the likelihood and speed of subsequent changes of mind. Plos Computational Biology. 18: e1009738
Schubert E, Rosenblatt D, Eliby D, et al. (2021) Decoding explicit and implicit representations of health and taste attributes of foods in the human brain. Neuropsychologia. 108045
Overhoff H, Ko YH, Feuerriegel D, et al. (2021) Neural correlates of metacognition across the adult lifespan. Neurobiology of Aging. 108: 34-46
Feuerriegel D, Jiwa M, Turner WF, et al. (2021) Tracking dynamic adjustments to decision making and performance monitoring processes in conflict tasks. Neuroimage. 238: 118265
Turner W, Feuerriegel D, Andrejević M, et al. (2020) Perceptual change-of-mind decisions are sensitive to absolute evidence magnitude. Cognitive Psychology. 124: 101358
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