Angus B. Inkster
Angus B. Inkster
Research Assistant, Plymouth University
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Combination or differentiation? Two theories of processing order in classification
AJ Wills, AB Inkster, F Milton
Cognitive Psychology 80, 1-33, 2015
Feature-versus rule-based generalization in rats, pigeons and humans
E Maes, G De Filippo, AB Inkster, SEG Lea, J De Houwer, R D’Hooge, ...
Animal cognition 18 (6), 1267-1284, 2015
Progress in Modeling Through Distributed Collaboration: Concepts, Tools and Category-Learning Examples
AJ Wills, G O'Connell, CER Edmunds, AB Inkster
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 66, 79-115, 2017
Effect of a context shift on the inverse base rate effect
A Inkster, C Mitchell, R Schlegelmilch, A Wills
PsyArXiv, 2019
Neural Correlates of the Inverse Base Rate Effect
A Inkster, F Milton, C Edmunds, A Benattayallah, A Wills
PsyArXiv, 2019
Attention, context and the inverse base rate effect
A Inkster
University of Plymouth, 2019
The limits of far transfer in perceptual categorization
C Edmunds, A Inkster, PM Jones, F Milton, A Wills
PsyArXiv, 2019
Rule-based generalization in Humans, Rats and Pigeons
E Maes, G De Filippo, A Inkster, S Lea, R D'Hooge, J De Houwer, ...
International Convention of Psychological Science, Date: 2015/03/12-2015/03 …, 2015
Does incidental training increase the prevalence of overall similarity classification? A re-examination of Kemler Nelson (1984)
A Inkster, F Milton, A Wills
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
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