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Kusev, Petko, van Schaik, Paul, Tsaneva-Atanasova, Krasimira, Juliusson, Asgeir and Chater, Nick (2016) Adaptive anchoring model : how static and dynamic presentation of time series influence judgments and predictions. Cognitive Science, ISSN (print) 0364-0213 (In Press)
Kusev, Petko, Van Schalk, Paul, Alzahrani, Shrooq, Lonigro, Samantha and Purser, Harry (2016) Judging the morality of utilitarian actions : how poor utilitarian accessibility makes judges irrational. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, ISSN (print) 1069-9384 (Epub Ahead of Print)
Aldrovandi, Silvio, Poirier, Marie, Kusev, Petko and Ayton, Peter (2015) Retrospective evaluations of sequences: testing the predictions of a memory-based analysis. Experimental Psychology, 62(5), pp. 320-334. ISSN (print) 1618-3169
Kusev, Petko and van Schaik, Paul (2013) The cognitive economy: the probabilistic turn in psychology and human cognition. The Behavioral and brain sciences, 36(3), pp. 294-295. ISSN (print) 0140-525X
Kusev, Petko, Tsaneva-Atanasova, Krasimira, van Schaik, Paul and Chater, Nick (2012) Modeling judgment of sequentially presented categories using weighting and sampling without replacement. Behavior Research Methods, 44(4), pp. 1129-1134. ISSN (print) 1554-351X
Kusev, Petko, Ayton, Peter, van Schaik, Paul, Tsaneva-Atanasova, Krasimira, Stewart, Neil and Chater, Nick (2011) Judgments relative to patterns: how temporal sequence patterns affect judgments and memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37(6), pp. 1874-1886. ISSN (print) 0096-1523
Kusev, Petko and van Schaik, Paul (2011) Preferences under risk: content-dependent behavior and psychological processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 2(269), ISSN (online) 1664-1078
Kusev, P., van Schaik, P., Ayton, P., Dent, J. and Chater, N. (2009) Exaggerated risk: prospect theory and probability weighting in risky choice. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35(6), pp. 1487-1505. ISSN (print) 0278-7393