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    Testing adaptive toolbox models: A Bayesian hierarchical approach.Benjamin Scheibehenne, Jörg Rieskamp & Eric-Jan Wagenmakers - 2013 - Psychological Review 120 (1):39-64.
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    Structural parameter interdependencies in computational models of cognition.Antonia Krefeld-Schwalb, Thorsten Pachur & Benjamin Scheibehenne - 2022 - Psychological Review 129 (2):313-339.
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    Selecting decision strategies: The differential role of affect.Benjamin Scheibehenne & Bettina von Helversen - 2015 - Cognition and Emotion 29 (1):158-167.
    Many theories on cognition assume that people adapt their decision strategies depending on the situation they face. To test if and how affect guides the selection of decision strategies, we conducted an online study (N = 166), where different mood states were induced through video clips. Results indicate that mood influenced the use of decision strategies. Negative mood, in particular anger, facilitated the use of non-compensatory strategies, whereas positive mood promoted compensatory decision rules. These results are in line with the (...)
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    Cognitive Models of Choice: Comparing Decision Field Theory to the Proportional Difference Model.Benjamin Scheibehenne, Jörg Rieskamp & Claudia González-Vallejo - 2009 - Cognitive Science 33 (5):911-939.
    People often face preferential decisions under risk. To further our understanding of the cognitive processes underlying these preferential choices, two prominent cognitive models, decision field theory (DFT; Busemeyer & Townsend, 1993) and the proportional difference model (PD; González‐Vallejo, 2002), were rigorously tested against each other. In two consecutive experiments, the participants repeatedly had to choose between monetary gambles. The first experiment provided the reference to estimate the models’ free parameters. From these estimations, new gamble pairs were generated for the second (...)
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    How does the peak-end rule smell? Tracing hedonic experience with odours.Benjamin Scheibehenne & Géraldine Coppin - 2019 - Cognition and Emotion 34 (4):713-727.
    The peak-end rule predicts that retrospective evaluations of affective events heavily depend on their most intense and last moment and imply duration neglect. It was originally proposed for negativ...
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