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Categorical perception
RL Goldstone, AT Hendrickson
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1 (1), 69-78, 2010
4422010
Phubbing behavior in conversations and its relation to perceived conversation intimacy and distraction: An exploratory observation study
MMPV Abeele, AT Hendrickson, MMH Pollmann, R Ling
Computers in Human Behavior 100, 35-47, 2019
1352019
Are parents less responsive to young children when they are on their phones? A systematic naturalistic observation study
MMP Vanden Abeele, M Abels, AT Hendrickson
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 23 (6), 363-370, 2020
672020
Categorical perception. WIREs Cognitive Science, 1 (1), 69–78
RL Goldstone, AT Hendrickson
552010
Quantifying sentence acceptability measures: Reliability, bias, and variability
S Langsford, A Perfors, AT Hendrickson, LA Kennedy, DJ Navarro
Ubiquity Press, 2018
462018
Cross-situational learning in a Zipfian environment
AT Hendrickson, A Perfors
Cognition 189, 11-22, 2019
402019
Caught in the moment: Are there person-specific associations between momentary procrastination and passively measured smartphone use?
G Aalbers, MMP vanden Abeele, AT Hendrickson, L De Marez, L Keijsers
Mobile media & communication 10 (1), 115-135, 2022
322022
Sample size, number of categories and sampling assumptions: Exploring some differences between categorization and generalization
AT Hendrickson, A Perfors, DJ Navarro, K Ransom
Cognitive Psychology 111, 80-102, 2019
312019
Do data from mechanical Turk subjects replicate accuracy, response time, and diffusion modeling results?
R Ratcliff, AT Hendrickson
Behavior Research Methods 53 (6), 2302-2325, 2021
222021
Sensitivity to hypothesis size during information search.
AT Hendrickson, DJ Navarro, A Perfors
Decision 3 (1), 62, 2016
182016
Do additional features help or hurt category learning? The curse of dimensionality in human learners
WK Vong, AT Hendrickson, DJ Navarro, A Perfors
Cognitive science 43 (3), e12724, 2019
172019
Humans and algorithms for facial recognition: The effects of candidate list length and experience on performance
R Heyer, C Semmler, AT Hendrickson
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 7 (4), 597-609, 2018
162018
Modeling reproductive decisions with simple heuristics
PM Todd, TT Hills, AT Hendrickson
Demographic Research 29, 641-662, 2013
162013
Identifying exceptional descriptions of people using topic modeling and subgroup discovery
AT Hendrickson, J Wang, M Atzmueller
Foundations of Intelligent Systems: 24th International Symposium, ISMIS 2018 …, 2018
102018
Going to Extremes: The influence of unsupervised categories on the mental caricaturization of faces and asymmetries in perceptual discrimination
A Hendrickson, P Carvalho, R Goldstone
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
102012
Towards replication in computational cognitive modeling: A machine learning perspective
C Emmery, Á Kádár, TJ Wiltshire, AT Hendrickson
Computational Brain & Behavior 2 (3-4), 242-246, 2019
92019
How do people use their smartphone? A data scientific approach to describe and identify user-related, system-related and context-related patterns in use
A Hendrickson, L De Marez, M Martens, G Muller, K Ponnet, C Schweitzer, ...
69th Annual ICA Conference: Communication Beyond Borders, 2019
92019
The role of sampling assumptions in generalization with multiple categories
WK Vong, A Hendrickson, A Perfors, D Navarro
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
92013
Is categorical perception really verbally mediated perception?
A Hendrickson, G Kachergis, T Gureckis, R Goldstone
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 32 (32), 2010
92010
Representational and sampling assumptions drive individual differences in single category generalisation.
K Ransom, A Hendrickson, A Perfors, DJ Navarro
CogSci, 2018
82018
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