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Ten simple rules for the computational modeling of behavioral data https://t.co/ahs2ARdeam from @ccnlab and @NRDlab
Ugh, but unsurprising. Gender attitudes shape in-the-moment face perception: "women are judged negatively to the extent their looks do not conform to expectations ... because people evaluate [facial] information differently across genders" https://t.co/JM7MqkbtgD
Mental models use common neural spatial structure for spatial and abstract content https://t.co/ElhPim0ZqY v/ @NatureNews
Congrats to these fabulous scholars, including my friends and colleagues @dylanggee, @gershbrain, @hyogweon, @K_L_Humphreys, and @amitaishenhav! 🥳
Future postdocs, you’d be crazy to pass up an opportunity to work with @abbysussman!
Come work with us! We're hiring a post-doc @ChicagoBooth marketing! Intended to foster research collaboration across behavioral marketing and related fields (e.g., cog, math or social psych; behavioral econ). @OlegUrminsky https://t.co/o5r3q6tK7p
An absolute must-read for anyone interested in developing plausible algorithmic-level cognitive theories — thanks @IrisVanRooij!
Blogpost: "Sampling cannot make hard work light" https://t.co/HJelZ9KVF9 1/n
Remember, the International Conference on Thinking will take place in Paris this July, and you only have 10 days left to submit symposia proposals! (The deadline for submitting single talks is Feb 15) https://t.co/GwaaJ5fepD
I'm biased here, but this is one of the strongest visual illusions I have ever seen.
None of the colored lines are moving.
Here's a short piece @KMorsanyi and I wrote for @ConversationUK about some of the discoveries in our edited book on thinking in autism
@Routledgepsych @tcddublin @PsychologyTCD @TCINeuroscience
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