George Farmer
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Why contextual preference reversals maximize expected value.
A Howes, PA Warren, G Farmer, W El-Deredy, RL Lewis
Psychological review 123 (4), 368, 2016
People with autism spectrum conditions make more consistent decisions
GD Farmer, S Baron-Cohen, WJ Skylark
Psychological Science, 2017
Who “believes” in the Gambler’s Fallacy and why?
GD Farmer, PA Warren, U Hahn
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (1), 63, 2017
Dividing Attention Between Tasks: Testing Whether Explicit Payoff Functions Elicit Optimal Dual‐Task Performance
GD Farmer, CP Janssen, AT Nguyen, DP Brumby
Cognitive science 42 (3), 820-849, 2018
The effect of expected value on attraction effect preference reversals
GD Farmer, PA Warren, W El‐Deredy, A Howes
Journal of behavioral decision making 30 (4), 785-793, 2017
How long have I got? Making optimal visit durations in a dual-task setting
G Farmer, C Janssen, D Brumby
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
A Re-Examination of “Bias” in Human Randomness Perception.
PA Warren, U Gostoli, GD Farmer, W El-Deredy, U Hahn
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2017
The attraction effect in motor planning decisions
GD Farmer, W El-Deredy, A Howes, PA Warren
Judgment and Decision Making 10 (5), 503, 2015
Rational Decision-Making
WJ Skylark, GD Farmer
Sandhurst Occasional Papers, 2019
Assessing the “bias” in human randomness perception
Warren, P. A., Gostoli, U., Farmer, G. D., Boyle, M., El-Deredy, W., Howes ...
Proceedings of the 36th annual meeting of the cognitive science society …, 2014
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