Nathan Wispinski
Nathan Wispinski
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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
232015
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
182018
Seeing wealth as a responsibility improves attitudes towards taxation
AV Whillans, NJ Wispinski, EW Dunn
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 127, 146-154, 2016
122016
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
72017
Examining the “species” of situated cognition in humans
EB Lavoie, JK Bertrand, J Sawalha, SA Stone, NJ Wispinski, ...
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews 13, 2018
32018
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
22018
Selective attention to real-world objects drives their emotional appraisal
NJ Wispinski, S Lin, JT Enns, CS Chapman
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-11, 2020
2020
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, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
The Nature of Decision-Making: Human Behavior vs. Machine Learning
K Beausoleil
2019
Modelling Movement as an Ongoing Decision
NJ Wispinski
2017
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
2015
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