Jonathan Nelson

"Jonathan Nelson"
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Marty Sereno grad student 2005
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Filimon F, Nelson JD, Sejnowski TJ, et al. (2020) The ventral striatum dissociates information expectation, reward anticipation, and reward receipt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Mandel DR, Navarrete G, Dieckmann N, et al. (2019) Editorial: Judgment and Decision Making Under Uncertainty: Descriptive, Normative, and Prescriptive Perspectives. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1506
Wu CM, Meder B, Filimon F, et al. (2017) Asking Better Questions: How Presentation Formats Influence Information Search. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Filimon F, Philiastides MG, Nelson JD, et al. (2013) How embodied is perceptual decision making? Evidence for separate processing of perceptual and motor decisions. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 2121-36
Nelson JD, McKenzie CR, Cottrell GW, et al. (2010) Experience matters: information acquisition optimizes probability gain. Psychological Science. 21: 960-9
Nelson JD, McKenzie C, Cottrell G, et al. (2010) Towards a descriptive theory of value of information in categorization tasks: implications for theories of eye movement and information search Journal of Vision. 7: 960-960
Filimon F, Nelson J, Sereno M. (2010) Human fMRI of tactile spatial representations Journal of Vision. 7: 301-301
Filimon F, Nelson JD, Sereno MI. (2010) Egocentric and allocentric reference frames for eye movements - an fMRI study Journal of Vision. 6: 979-979
Nelson JD, Cottrell GW. (2010) An optimal experimental design model of information acquisition on a classic concept learning task Journal of Vision. 6: 489-489
Filimon F, Nelson JD, Sereno MI. (2010) Parietal cortex involvement in visually guided, non-visually guided, observed, and imagined reaching, compared to saccades Journal of Vision. 5: 629-629
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