Angelo Pirrone
Angelo Pirrone
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Evidence for the speed–value trade-off: Human and monkey decision making is magnitude sensitive.
A Pirrone, H Azab, BY Hayden, T Stafford, JAR Marshall
Decision 5 (2), 129, 2018
When natural selection should optimize speed-accuracy trade-offs
A Pirrone, T Stafford, JAR Marshall
Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 73, 2014
Understanding perceptual judgment in autism spectrum disorder using the drift diffusion model.
A Pirrone, A Dickinson, R Gomez, T Stafford, E Milne
Neuropsychology 31 (2), 173, 2017
Quantifying the benefits of using decision models with response time and accuracy data
T Stafford, A Pirrone, M Croucher, A Krystalli
Behavior Research Methods 52 (5), 2142-2155, 2020
Single-trial dynamics explain magnitude sensitive decision making
A Pirrone, W Wen, S Li
BMC neuroscience 19 (1), 1-10, 2018
A diffusion model decomposition of orientation discrimination in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
A Pirrone, I Johnson, T Stafford, E Milne
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 17 (2), 213-230, 2020
Autistic traits in the neurotypical population do not predict increased response conservativeness in perceptual decision making
A Pirrone, W Wen, S Li, DH Baker, E Milne
Perception 47 (10-11), 1081-1096, 2018
Evidence for the speed–value trade-off: Human and monkey decision making is magnitude sensitive. Decision, 5 (2), 129–142
A Pirrone, H Azab, BY Hayden, T Stafford, JAR Marshall
The illusion of absence: how a common feature of magic shows can explain a class of road accidents
V Ekroll, M Svalebjrg, A Pirrone, G Bhm, S Jentschke, R van Lier, ...
Cognitive research: principles and implications 6 (1), 1-16, 2021
A drift diffusion model account of the semantic congruity effect in a classification paradigm.
A Pirrone, JAR Marshall, T Stafford
Journal of Numerical Cognition 3 (1), 77-96, 2017
Comparison of magnitude-sensitive sequential sampling models in a simulation-based study
T Bose, A Pirrone, A Reina, JAR Marshall
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 94, 102298, 2020
Magnitude-sensitivity: rethinking decision-making
A Pirrone, A Reina, T Stafford, JAR Marshall, F Gobet
Trends in cognitive sciences 26 (1), 66-80, 2022
Is attentional discounting in value-based decision making magnitude sensitive?
A Pirrone, F Gobet
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 33 (3), 327-336, 2021
Magnitude-sensitive reaction times reveal non-linear time costs in multi-alternative decision-making
JAR Marshall, A Reina, A Pirrone
BioRxiv, 2021
Modeling value-based decision-making policies using genetic programming: A proof-of-concept study.
A Pirrone, F Gobet
Swiss Journal of Psychology 79 (3-4), 113, 2020
Input-dependent noise can explain magnitude-sensitivity in optimal value-based decision-making
A Pirrone, A Reina, F Gobet
Judgment and decision making 16 (5), 2021
GEMS: genetically evolving models in science
A Pirrone, F Gobet
Sistemi intelligenti, 1-10, 2021
Lateral Inhibition Between Evidence Accumulators Explains Magnitude Sensitivity in Perceptual Decision-Making
A Pirrone, S Li
PERCEPTION 48, 213-213, 2019
Computational scientific discovery in psychology
LK Bartlett, A Pirrone, N Javed, F Gobet
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17456916221091833, 2022
Multi-alternative magnitude-sensitive perceptual decision making: evidence and implications
A Pirrone, A Reina, JAR Marshall
PERCEPTION 50 (1_ SUPPL), 224-224, 2021
Il sistema al momento non pu eseguire l'operazione. Riprova pi tardi.
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