Nathan Wispinski
Nathan Wispinski
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Models, movements, and minds: bridging the gap between decision making and action
NJ Wispinski, JP Gallivan, CS Chapman
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1-22, 2018
The Snooze of Lose: Rapid Reaching Reveals That Losses Are Processed More Slowly Than Gains.
CS Chapman, JP Gallivan, JD Wong, NJ Wispinski, JT Enns
Journal of experimental psychology. General, 2015
Seeing wealth as a responsibility improves attitudes towards taxation
AV Whillans, NJ Wispinski, EW Dunn
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 127, 146-154, 2016
Reaching reveals that best-versus-rest processing contributes to biased decision making
NJ Wispinski, G Truong, TC Handy, CS Chapman
Acta Psychologica 176, 32-38, 2017
Examining the “species” of situated cognition in humans
EB Lavoie, JK Bertrand, J Sawalha, SA Stone, NJ Wispinski, ...
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews 13, 2018
Entrainment of theta, not alpha, oscillations is predictive of the brightness enhancement of a flickering stimulus
JK Bertrand, NJ Wispinski, KE Mathewson, CS Chapman
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
Reaching for known unknowns: Rapid reach decisions accurately reflect the future state of dynamic probabilistic information
NJ Wispinski, SA Stone, JK Bertrand, AAO Zuk, EB Lavoie, JP Gallivan, ...
Cortex 138, 253-265, 2021
Selective attention to real-world objects drives their emotional appraisal
NJ Wispinski, S Lin, JT Enns, CS Chapman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 83 (1), 122-132, 2021
The Nature of Decision-Making: Human Behavior vs. Machine Learning
K Beausoleil
Modelling Movement as an Ongoing Decision
NJ Wispinski
More than distractor devaluation: The emotional boost of grasping a real object
N Wispinski, B Nip, J Enns, C Chapman
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 1353-1353, 2015
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