Affiliation: City University
- Modeling judgment of sequentially presented categories using weighting and sampling without replacementPetko Kusev
Kingston University London, Kingston upon Thames, UK
Behav Res Methods 44:1129-34. 2012..We see the role of the model as essential for advancing knowledge in the psychology of judgments, as well as in other disciplines, such as computer science, cognitive neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction...
- Exaggerated risk: prospect theory and probability weighting in risky choicePetko Kusev
Department of Psychology, City University London, London, England
J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 35:1487-505. 2009..Our findings highlight a need to investigate how variation in decision content produces variation in preferences for risk...
- Judgments relative to patterns: how temporal sequence patterns affect judgments and memoryPetko Kusev
Department of Psychology, Kingston University London, United Kingdom
J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 37:1874-86. 2011..We interpret these findings as reflecting the operation of a judgment heuristic sensitive to sequential patterns and offer an account for the relationship between memory and judged frequencies of sequentially encountered stimuli...
- Retrospective Evaluations of Sequences: Testing the Predictions of a Memory-Based AnalysisSilvio Aldrovandi
1 Department of Psychology, City University London, UK
Exp Psychol 62:320-34. 2015..Finally, Experiment 4 extended the findings to more complex stimuli involving event narratives. Overall, the results suggest that assessments were adjusted based on the retrieval of the most readily available information...
- The cognitive economy: the probabilistic turn in psychology and human cognitionPetko Kusev
Department of Psychology, Kingston University London, London KT1 2EE, United Kingdom
Behav Brain Sci 36:294-5. 2013..We propose that this in turn will encourage them to respond to "local" preferences and goals influenced by context and memory representations...