Björn Meder
Björn Meder
Health and Medical University Potsdam
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Generalization guides human exploration in vast decision spaces
CM Wu, E Schulz, M Speekenbrink, JD Nelson, B Meder
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (12), 915-924, 2018
Searching for rewards like a child means less generalization and more directed exploration
E Schulz, CM Wu, A Ruggeri, B Meder
Psychological Science 30 (11), 1561-1572, 2019
Structure induction in diagnostic causal reasoning.
B Meder, R Mayrhofer, MR Waldmann
Psychological Review 121 (3), 277-301, 2014
Generalized information theory meets human cognition: Introducing a unified framework to model uncertainty and information search
V Crupi, JD Nelson, B Meder, G Cevolani, K Tentori
Cognitive Science 42 (5), 1410-1456, 2018
Children’s sequential information search is sensitive to environmental probabilities
JD Nelson, B Divjak, G Gudmundsdottir, LF Martignon, B Meder
Cognition 130 (1), 74-80, 2014
Development of directed and random exploration in children
B Meder, CM Wu, E Schulz, A Ruggeri
Developmental Science 24 (4), e13095, 2021
Learning from behavioural changes that fail
M Osman, S McLachlan, N Fenton, M Neil, R Löfstedt, B Meder
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 24 (12), 969-980, 2020
Communicating relative risk changes with baseline risk: presentation format and numeracy matter
N Bodemer, B Meder, G Gigerenzer
Medical Decision Making 34 (5), 615-626, 2014
Information search with situation-specific reward functions
B Meder, JD Nelson
Judgment and Decision Making 7 (2), 119-148, 2012
The role of learning data in causal reasoning about observations and interventions
B Meder, Y Hagmayer, MR Waldmann
Memory & Cognition 37, 249-264, 2009
Inferring interventional predictions from observational learning data
B Meder, Y Hagmayer, MR Waldmann
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15, 75-80, 2008
Nudging in der Primärprävention: Eine Übersicht und Perspektiven für Deutschland
M Krisam, P Von Philipsborn, B Meder
Das Gesundheitswesen 79 (2), 117-123, 2017
Decision making in uncertain times: what can cognitive and decision sciences say about or learn from economic crises?
B Meder, F Le Lec, M Osman
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 17 (6), 257-260, 2013
Beyond the confines of choice architecture: A critical analysis
B Meder, N Fleischhut, M Osman
Journal of Economic Psychology 68, 36-44, 2018
Observing and intervening: Rational and heuristic models of causal decision making.
B Meder, T Gerstenberg, Y Hagmayer, MR Waldmann
The Open Psychology Journal 3, 119-135, 2010
Asking better questions: How presentation formats influence information search.
CM Wu, B Meder, F Filimon, JD Nelson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (8), 1274, 2017
How should autonomous cars drive? A preference for defaults in moral judgments under risk and uncertainty
B Meder, N Fleischhut, NC Krumnau, MR Waldmann
Risk Analysis 39 (2), 295-314, 2019
Similarities and differences in spatial and non-spatial cognitive maps
CM Wu, E Schulz, MM Garvert, B Meder, NW Schuck
PLoS Computational Biology 16 (9), e1008149, 2020
Stepwise versus globally optimal search in children and adults
B Meder, JD Nelson, M Jones, A Ruggeri
Cognition 191, 103965, 2019
Statistical thinking: No one left behind
B Meder, G Gigerenzer
Probabilistic thinking: Presenting plural perspectives, 127-148, 2014
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