Neil Stewart
Neil Stewart
Professor of Behavioural Science, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
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Decision by sampling
N Stewart, N Chater, GDA Brown
Cognitive Psychology 53 (1), 1-26, 2006
A social-cognitive model of trait and state levels of gratitude
AM Wood, J Maltby, N Stewart, PA Linley, S Joseph
Emotion 8 (2), 281, 2008
Associations between a one-shot delay discounting measure and age, income, education and real-world impulsive behavior
S Reimers, EA Maylor, N Stewart, N Chater
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (8), 973-978, 2009
Absolute identification by relative judgment
N Stewart, GDA Brown, N Chater
Psychological Review 112 (4), 881, 2005
The average laboratory samples a population of 7,300 Amazon Mechanical Turk workers
N Stewart, C Ungemach, AJL Harris, DM Bartels, BR Newell, G Paolacci, ...
Judgment and Decision Making 10, 479-491, 2015
Conceptualizing gratitude and appreciation as a unitary personality trait
AM Wood, J Maltby, N Stewart, S Joseph
Personality and individual differences 44 (3), 621-632, 2008
Does the brain calculate value?
I Vlaev, N Chater, N Stewart, GDA Brown
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 15 (11), 546-554, 2011
Are probabilities overweighted or underweighted when rare outcomes are experienced (rarely)?
C Ungemach, N Chater, N Stewart
Psychological Science 20 (4), 473-479, 2009
Crowdsourcing samples in cognitive science
N Stewart, J Chandler, G Paolacci
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 21 (10), 736-748, 2017
The cost of anchoring on credit-card minimum repayments
N Stewart
Psychological Science 20 (1), 39-41, 2009
Decision by sampling: The role of the decision environment in risky choice
N Stewart
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (6), 1041-1062, 2009
Presentation and response timing accuracy in Adobe Flash and HTML5/JavaScript web experiments.
S Reimers, N Stewart
Behavior Research Methods 47, 309-327, 2015
How to make loss aversion disappear and reverse: Tests of the decision by sampling origin of loss aversion
L Walasek, N Stewart
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144, 7-11, 2015
Eye movements in risky choice
N Stewart, F Hermens, WJ Matthews
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29, 116-136, 2016
Prospect relativity: How choice options influence decision under risk
N Stewart, N Chater, HP Stott, S Reimers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 132 (1), 23, 2003
Sequence effects in categorization of simple perceptual stimuli
N Stewart, GDA Brown, N Chater
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 28 (1), 3, 2002
In the attraction, compromise, and similarity effects, alternatives are repeatedly compared in pairs on single dimensions
T Noguchi, N Stewart
Cognition 132 (1), 44-56, 2014
How do individuals repay their debt? The balance-matching heuristic
J Gathergood, N Mahoney, N Stewart, J Weber
American Economic Review 109 (3), 844-875, 2019
On the origin of utility, weighting, and discounting functions: How they get their shapes and how to change their shapes
N Stewart, S Reimers, AJL Harris
Management Science 61, 687-705, 2015
Stimulus intensity and the perception of duration
WJ Matthews, N Stewart, JH Wearden
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1), 303, 2011
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