Pete Trimmer
Pete Trimmer
University of Bristol
Verified email at uni-bielefeld.de
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The evolution of decision rules in complex environments
TMAD Group, TW Fawcett, B Fallenstein, AD Higginson, AI Houston, ...
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (3), 153-161, 2014
1942014
Mammalian choices: combining fast-but-inaccurate and slow-but-accurate decision-making systems
PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JAR Marshall, R Bogacz, ES Paul, MT Mendl, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1649), 2353-2361, 2008
1042008
Decision-making under uncertainty: biases and Bayesians
PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JAR Marshall, MT Mendl, ES Paul, ...
Animal cognition 14 (4), 465-476, 2011
852011
Generalized optimal risk allocation: foraging and antipredator behavior in a fluctuating environment
AD Higginson, TW Fawcett, PC Trimmer, JM McNamara, AI Houston
The American Naturalist 180 (5), 589-603, 2012
802012
Foraging for foundations in decision neuroscience: Insights from ethology
D Mobbs, PC Trimmer, DT Blumstein, P Dayan
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 19 (7), 419-427, 2018
702018
On evolutionary explanations of cognitive biases
JAR Marshall, PC Trimmer, AI Houston, JM McNamara
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (8), 469-473, 2013
662013
The ecological rationality of state-dependent valuation.
JM McNamara, PC Trimmer, AI Houston
Psychological review 119 (1), 114, 2012
632012
On the evolution and optimality of mood states
PC Trimmer, ES Paul, MT Mendl, JM McNamara, AI Houston
behavioral sciences 3 (3), 501-521, 2013
512013
Does natural selection favour the Rescorla–Wagner rule?
PC Trimmer, JM McNamara, AI Houston, JAR Marshall
Journal of theoretical biology 302, 39-52, 2012
462012
Natural selection can favour ‘irrational’behaviour
JM McNamara, PC Trimmer, AI Houston
Biology letters 10 (1), 20130935, 2014
382014
Adaptive use of information during growth can explain long-term effects of early life experiences
S English, TW Fawcett, AD Higginson, PC Trimmer, T Uller
The American Naturalist 187 (5), 620-632, 2016
372016
Environmental variability can select for optimism or pessimism
JM McNamara, PC Trimmer, A Eriksson, JAR Marshall, AI Houston
Ecology letters 14 (1), 58-62, 2011
352011
A conceptual framework for understanding behavioral responses to HIREC
A Sih, PC Trimmer, SM Ehlman
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 12, 109-114, 2016
252016
Optimal behaviour can violate the principle of regularity
PC Trimmer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130858, 2013
252013
Understanding the placebo effect from an evolutionary perspective
PC Trimmer, JAR Marshall, L Fromhage, JM McNamara, AI Houston
Evolution and human behavior 34 (1), 8-15, 2013
192013
Predicting behavioural responses to novel organisms: state-dependent detection theory
PC Trimmer, SM Ehlman, A Sih
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1847), 20162108, 2017
182017
The erroneous signals of detection theory
PC Trimmer, SM Ehlman, JM McNamara, A Sih
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1865), 20171852, 2017
172017
Is optimism optimal? Functional causes of apparent behavioural biases
AI Houston, PC Trimmer, TW Fawcett, AD Higginson, JAR Marshall, ...
Behavioural processes 89 (2), 172-178, 2012
172012
Adaptive learning can result in a failure to profit from good conditions: implications for understanding depression
PC Trimmer, AD Higginson, TW Fawcett, JM McNamara, AI Houston
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2015 (1), 123-135, 2015
152015
It is optimal to be optimistic about survival
JM McNamara, PC Trimmer, AI Houston
Biology letters 8 (4), 516-519, 2012
92012
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