helena matute
TitleCited byYear
Biological significance in forward and backward blocking: Resolution of a discrepancy between animal conditioning and human causal judgment.
RR Miller, H Matute
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 125 (4), 370, 1996
2211996
Learned helplessness and superstitious behavior as opposite effects of uncontrollable reinforcement in humans
H Matute
Learning and Motivation 25 (2), 216-232, 1994
1361994
Test question modulates cue competition between causes and between effects.
H Matute, F Arcediano, RR Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (1), 182, 1996
1311996
Human reactions to uncontrollable outcomes: Further evidence for superstitions rather than helplessness
H Matute
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 48 (2), 142-157, 1995
1311995
Illusion of control: Detecting response-outcome independence in analytic but not in naturalistic conditions
H Matute
Psychological Science 7 (5), 289-293, 1996
1211996
Biological significance as a determinant of cue competition
JC Denniston, RR Miller, H Matute
Psychological Science 7 (6), 325-331, 1996
1111996
Flexible use of recent information in causal and predictive judgments.
H Matute, S Vegas, PJ De Marez
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (4), 714, 2002
942002
Predictions and causal estimations are not supported by the same associative structure
MA Vadillo, H Matute
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (3), 433-447, 2007
852007
Blocking of Pavlovian conditioning in humans
F Arcediano, H Matute, RR Miller
Learning and Motivation 28 (2), 188-199, 1997
821997
Stimulus competition in the absence of compound conditioning
H Matute, O Pineño
Animal Learning & Behavior 26 (1), 3-14, 1998
761998
Illusions of causality at the heart of pseudoscience
H Matute, I Yarritu, MA Vadillo
British Journal of Psychology 102 (3), 392-405, 2011
732011
Contrasting predictive and causal values of predictors and of causes
O Pineño, JC Denniston, T Beckers, H Matute, RR Miller
Learning & Behavior 33 (2), 184-196, 2005
642005
Making the uncontrollable seem controllable: The role of action in the illusion of control
F Blanco, H Matute, MA Vadillo
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (7), 1290-1304, 2011
632011
Illusion of control
I Yarritu, H Matute, MA Vadillo
Experimental psychology, 2014
572014
Cues trained apart compete for behavioral control in rats: Convergence with the associative interference literature.
M Escobar, H Matute, RR Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 130 (1), 97, 2001
502001
Causal and predictive-value judgments, but not predictions, are based on cue-outcome contingency
MA Vadillo, RR Miller, H Matute
Learning & Behavior 33 (2), 172-183, 2005
492005
Competition between antecedent and between subsequent stimuli in causal judgments.
F Arcediano, H Matute, M Escobar, RR Miller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (2), 228, 2005
492005
The relative activation of associations modulates interference between elementally trained cues
O Pineno, N Ortega, H Matute
Learning and Motivation 31 (2), 128-152, 2000
482000
Illusion of control in Internet users and college students
H Matute, MA Vadillo, S Vegas, F Blanco
CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (2), 176-181, 2006
472006
Illusions of causality: how they bias our everyday thinking and how they could be reduced
H Matute, F Blanco, I Yarritu, M Díaz-Lago, MA Vadillo, I Barberia
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 888, 2015
442015
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