David Freestone
David Freestone
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Risk assessment in man and mouse
F Balci, D Freestone, CR Gallistel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (7), 2459-2463, 2009
1442009
Social projection can solve social dilemmas
JI Krueger, TE DiDonato, D Freestone
Psychological Inquiry 23 (1), 1-27, 2012
972012
Optimal temporal risk assessment
F Balcı, D Freestone, P Simen, L Desouza, JD Cohen, P Holmes
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 5, 56, 2011
622011
Amyloid-beta accumulation, neurogenesis, behavior, and the age of rats.
RM Church, MC Miller, D Freestone, C Chiu, DP Osgood, JT Machan, ...
Behavioral neuroscience 128 (4), 523, 2014
202014
Oxytocin reduces alcohol consumption in prairie voles
JR Stevenson, SM Wenner, DM Freestone, CC Romaine, MC Parian, ...
Physiology & Behavior 179, 411-421, 2017
172017
Optimal response rates in humans and rats.
DM Freestone, F Balcı, P Simen, RM Church
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 41 (1), 39, 2015
162015
Automated, quantitative cognitive/behavioral screening of mice: for genetics, pharmacology, animal cognition and undergraduate instruction
CR Gallistel, F Balci, D Freestone, A Kheifets, A King
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e51047, 2014
162014
Theoretical implications of quantitative properties of interval timing and probability estimation in mouse and rat
A Kheifets, D Freestone, CR Gallistel
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 108 (1), 39-72, 2017
132017
Comparisons in research and reasoning: Toward an integrative theory of social induction
JI Krueger, D Freestone, MLM MacInnis
New Ideas in Psychology 31 (2), 73-86, 2013
132013
Screening for learning and memory mutations: A new approach
CR Gallistel, AP King, AM Daniel, D Freestone, EB Papachristos, F Balci, ...
Xin li xue bao. Acta psychologica Sinica 42 (1), 138, 2010
122010
The importance of the reinforcer as a time marker
DM Freestone, RM Church
Behavioural processes 84 (1), 500-505, 2010
112010
Optimal timing
DM Freestone, RM Church
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 8, 276-281, 2016
102016
Response rates are governed more by time cues than contingency
DM Freestone, MLM MacInnis, RM Church
Timing & Time Perception 1 (1), 3-20, 2013
82013
Toward an analog neural substrate for production systems
P Simen, MK Van Vugt, F Balci, D Freestone, T Polk
Proceedings of the international conference in cognitive modeling, 2010
62010
Bayesian Behavioral Systems Theory
DM Freestone, F Balcı
Behavioural processes 168, 103904, 2019
52019
Mice and rats fail to integrate exogenous timing noise into their time-based decisions
D Berkay, D Freestone, F Balcı
Animal cognition 19 (6), 1215-1225, 2016
52016
A simultaneous temporal processing account of response rate
MLM MacInnis, AT Marshall, DM Freestone, RM Church
Behavioural processes 84 (1), 506-510, 2010
42010
Integrating timing and conditioning approaches to study behavior
KL Kalafut, DM Freestone, MLM MacInnis, RM Church
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 40 (4), 431, 2014
32014
Problematic social media use is associated with increased risk-aversion after negative outcomes in the Balloon Analogue Risk Task.
D Meshi, E Ulusoy, C Özdem-Mertens, SM Grady, DM Freestone, A Eden, ...
Psychology of addictive behaviors, 2020
22020
Twilight of a dilemma: A réplique
JI Krueger, D Freestone, TE DiDonato
Psychological Inquiry 23 (1), 85-100, 2012
22012
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