Books and Articles

  • Article in journal

    Axelsson, Carl-Anton Werner; Guath, Mona; Nygren, Thomas

    Learning How to Separate Fake From Real News: Scalable Digital Tutorials Promoting Students’ Civic Online Reasoning

    Part of Future Internet, 2021.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Eriksson, Malin; Kenward, Ben; Poom, Leo; Stenberg, Gunilla

    The behavioral effects of cooperative and competitive board games in preschoolers

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 2021.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Poom, Leo; Winman, Anders

    Attentional bias induced by stimulus control (ABC) impairs measures of the approximate number system

    Part of Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 2021.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nygren, Thomas; Guath, Mona

    Students Evaluating and Corroborating Digital News

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, p. 1-17, 2021.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Andersson, Linus; Eriksson, Johan; Stillesjö, Sara; Juslin, Peter et al.

    Neurocognitive processes underlying heuristic and normative probability judgments

    Part of Cognition, 2020.

  • Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary

    Millroth, Philip

    Integrating Probability- and Value Information in Judgment and Decision-Making under Risk: Cognitive Processes, Competence, and Performance

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Collsiöö, August; Juslin, Peter

    Cognitiva Speciebus: Towards a Linnaean Approach to Cognition

    Part of Trends in cognitive sciences, 2020.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders; Nilsson, Håkan et al.

    Preference or Ability: Exploring the Relations between Risk Preference, Personality, and Cognitive Abilities.

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 1-15, 2020.

  • Article in journal

    Montgomery, William; Montgomery, Henry; Gärling, Tommy

    How situational activation of values evokes positive and negative feelings: Theory and experimental findings

    Part of Motivation and Emotion, p. 608-620, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Artur; Montgomery, Henry; Dimdins, Girts; Sandgren, Maria et al.

    Beyond 'Liberals' and 'Conservatives': Complexity in Ideology, Moral Intuitions, and Worldview Among Swedish Voters

    Part of European Journal of Personality, p. 448-469, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan

    Commentary: Hierarchical Bayesian parameter estimation for cumulative prospect theory.

    Part of Journal of mathematical psychology (Print), 2020.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan

    Hierarchical Bayesian parameter estimation for cumulative prospect theory

    Part of Journal of mathematical psychology (Print), 2020.

  • Article in journal

    Nygren, Thomas; Kronlid, David; Larsson, Esbjörn; Novak, Judit et al.

    Global Citizenship Education for global citizenship?: Students’ views on learning about, through, and for human rights, peace, and sustainable development in England, India, New Zealand, South Africa, and Sweden

    Part of Journal of Social Science Education, p. 63-97, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Influences of orientation on the Ponzo, contrast, and Craik-O’Brien-Cornsweet illusions

    Part of Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, p. 1896-1911, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Stikvoort, Britt; Bartusch, Cajsa; Juslin, Peter

    Different strokes for different folks?: Comparing pro-environmental intentions between electricity consumers and solar prosumers in Sweden

    Part of Energy Research & Social Science, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Sundh, Joakim; Collsiöö, August; Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter

    Precise/not precise (PNP): A Brunswikian model that uses judgment error distributions to identify cognitive processes

    Part of Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2020.

  • Article in journal

    Öhrlund, Isak; Stikvoort, Britt; Schultzberg, Mårten; Bartusch, Cajsa

    Rising with the sun?: Encouraging solar electricity self-consumption among apartment owners in Sweden

    Part of Energy Research & Social Science, 2020.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Lidén, Moa; Gräns, Minna; Juslin, Peter

    From devil's advocate to crime fighter: confirmation bias and debiasing techniques in prosecutorial decision-making

    Part of Psychology, Crime and Law, p. 494-526, 2019.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Lidén, Moa; Gräns, Minna; Juslin, Peter

    "Guilty, No Doubt": Detention Provoking Confirmation Bias in Judges' Guilt Assessments and Debiasing Techniques

    Part of Psychology, Crime and Law, p. 219-247, 2019.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Guath, Mona; Juslin, Peter

    Memory and decision making: Effects of sequential presentation of probabilities and outcomes in risky prospects

    Part of Journal of experimental psychology. General, p. 304-324, 2019.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter

    The decision paradoxes motivating Prospect Theory: The prevalence of the paradoxes increases with numerical ability

    Part of Judgment and decision making, p. 513-533, 2019.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nygren, Thomas; Guath, Mona

    Swedish teenagers’ difficulties and abilities to determine digital news credibility

    Part of Nordicom Review, p. 23-42, 2019.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Van den Berg, Ronald

    Grouping effects in numerosity perception under prolonged viewing conditions

    Part of PLoS ONE, 2019.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Stengård, Elina; Van den Berg, Ronald

    Imperfect Bayesian inference in visual perception

    Part of PloS Computational Biology, 2019.

    Open access
  • Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary

    Sundh, Joakim

    The Cognitive Basis of Joint Probability Judgments: Processes, Ecology, and Adaption

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Ågren, Thomas; Millroth, Philip; Andersson, Peter; Ridzén, Måns et al.

    Detailed analysis of skin conductance responses during a gambling task: Decision, anticipation, and outcomes

    Part of Psychophysiology, 2019.

  • Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary

    Guath, Mona

    Feedback learning and multiple goal pursuit in an electricity consumption task

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Hagström, Josefin; Winman, Anders

    Virtually overcoming grammar learning with 3D application of Loci mnemonics?

    Part of Applied Cognitive Psychology, p. 450-462, 2018.

  • Article in journal

    Lidén, Moa; Gräns, Minna; Juslin, Peter

    The Presumption of Guilt in Suspect Interrogations: Apprehension as a Trigger of Confirmation Bias and Debiasing Techniques

    Part of Law and human behavior, p. 336-354, 2018.

  • Article in journal

    Lidén, Moa; Gräns, Minna; Juslin, Peter

    Self-correction of wrongful convictions: is there a ‘System-level’ confirmation bias in the Swedish legal system’s appeal procedure for criminal cases?—Part I

    Part of Law, Probability and Risk, p. 311-336, 2018.

  • Article in journal

    Lidén, Moa; Gräns, Minna; Juslin, Peter

    Self-correction of wrongful convictions: is there a “System-level” confirmation bias in the Swedish legal system’s appeal procedure for criminal cases?—Part II

    Part of Law, Probability and Risk, p. 337-356, 2018.

  • Article in journal

    Stikvoort, Britt; Juslin, Peter; Bartusch, Cajsa

    Good things come in small packages: is there a common set of motivators for energy behaviour?

    Part of Energy Efficiency, p. 1599-1615, 2018.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Sundh, Joakim; Juslin, Peter

    Compound risk judgment in tasks with both idiosyncratic and systematic risk: The “Robust Beauty” of additive probability integration

    Part of Cognition, p. 25-41, 2018.

  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Ma, Wei Ji

    A resource-rational theory of set size effects in human visual working memory

    Part of eLIFE, 2018.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Wirebring, Linnea Karlsson; Stillesjö, Sara; Eriksson, Johan; Juslin, Peter et al.

    A Similarity-Based Process for Human Judgment in the Parietal Cortex

    Part of Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2018.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Poom, Leo

    Individual differences in nonverbal number skills predict math anxiety

    Part of Cognition, p. 156-162, 2017.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter; Eriksson, Elias; Ågren, Thomas

    Disentangling the effects of serotonin on risk perception: S-carriers of 5-HTTLPR are primarily concerned with the magnitude of the outcomes, not the uncertainty.

    Part of Behavioral Neuroscience, p. 421-427, 2017.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter

    Examining the Integrity of Evaluations of Risky Prospects Using a Single-Stimuli Design.

    Part of Decision, p. No Pagination Specified-No Pagination Specified, 2017.

  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Lindskog, Marcus; Poom, Leo; Winman, Anders

    Recent Is More: A Negative Time-Order Effect in Nonsymbolic Numerical Judgment.

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, p. 1084 1084-1097 1097, 2017.

  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Yoo, Aspen H.; Ma, Wei Ji

    Fechner’s law in metacognition: A quantitative model of visual working memory confidence.

    Part of Psychological Review, p. 197 197-214 214, 2017.

  • Article in journal

    Bhardwaj, Manisha; Van den Berg, Ronald; Ma, Wei Ji; Josić, Krešimir

    Do people take stimulus correlations into account in visual search?

    Part of PLoS ONE, 2016.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Dimdins, Girts; Sandgren, Maria; Montgomery, Henry

    Psychological variables underlying political orientations in an old and anew democracy: A comparative study between Sweden and Latvia

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 437-445, 2016.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Elwin, Ebba; Guath, Mona; Millroth, Philip et al.

    Sequential and myopic: On the use of feedback to balance cost and utility in a simulated electricity efficiency task

    Part of Journal of Cognitive Psychology, p. 106-128, 2016.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders

    No evidence of learning in non-symbolic numerical tasks: A comment on Park & Brannon (2014)

    Part of Cognition, p. 243-247, 2016.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Poom, Leo

    Arithmetic Training Does Not Improve Approximate Number System Acuity

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, 2016.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    Heuristics Can Produce Surprisingly Rational Probability Estimates: Comment on Costello and Watts (2014)

    Part of Psychological review, p. 103-111, 2016.

  • Article in journal

    Stikvoort, Britt; Lindahl, Therese; Daw, Tim M.

    Thou shalt not sell nature: How taboo trade-offs can make us act pro-environmentally, to clear our conscience

    Part of Ecological Economics, p. 252-259, 2016.

  • Article in journal

    Thibault, Louis; Van den Berg, Ronald; Cavanagh, Patrick; Claire, Sergent

    Retrospective Attention Gates Discrete Conscious Access to Past Sensory Stimuli

    Part of PLoS ONE, 2016.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Thibault, Louis; Van den Berg, Ronald; Cavanagh, Patrick; Sergent, Claire

    Retrospective Attention Gates Discrete Conscious Access to Past Sensory Stimuli

    Part of PLoS ONE, 2016.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Zylberberg, Ariel; Kiani, Roozbeh; Shadlen, Michael N. et al.

    Confidence Is the Bridge between Multi-stage Decisions

    Part of Current Biology, 2016.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    af Wahlberg, A. E.; Poom, Leo

    An Empirical Test of Nonresponse Bias in Internet Surveys

    Part of Basic and Applied Social Psychology, p. 336-347, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Andersson, Patric; Nilsson, Håkan

    Do Bettors Correctly Perceive Odds?: Three Studies of How Bettors Interpret Betting Odds as Probabilistic Information

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 331-346, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Guath, Mona; Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter; Elwin, Ebba

    Optimizing Electricity Consumption: A Case of Function Learning

    Part of Journal of experimental psychology. Applied, p. 326-341, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Controlled information integration and bayesian inference

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, 2015.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Lindskog, Marcus; Mayerhofer, Bastian

    Is there something special with probabilities?: - Insight vs. computational ability in multiple risk combination

    Part of Cognition, p. 282-303, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Kerimi, Neda; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    A Swedish validation of the Berlin Numeracy test

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 132-139, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter

    Prospect evaluation as a function of numeracy and probability denominator

    Part of Cognition, p. 1-9, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter

    Prospect evaluation as a function of numeracy and probability denominator

    Part of Cognition, p. 1-9, 2015.

  • Article in journal

    Wiberg, Henrik; Nilsson, Emma; Linden, Per; Svanberg, Bo et al.

    Physiological responses related to moderate mental load during car driving in field conditions

    Part of Biological Psychology, p. 115-125, 2015.

  • Chapter in book

    Andersson, Patric; Nilsson, Håkan

    Den paradoxalaspelkonsumenten? Om påverkan vid satsningar på sportsspel med odds.

    Part of Marknadsföring och påverkanpå konsumenten, p. 213-232, 2014.

  • Article in journal

    Jenny, Mirjam A.; Rieskamp, Joerg; Nilsson, Håkan

    Inferring Conjunctive Probabilities From Noisy Samples: Evidence for the Configural Weighted Average Model

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 203-217, 2014.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders

    Are all Data Created Equal?: Exploring Some Boundary Conditions for a Lazy Intuitive Statistician

    Part of PLoS ONE, p. e97686-, 2014.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    The association between higher education and approximate number system acuity

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, p. 462-, 2014.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Ma, WJ

    "Plateau"-related summary statistics are uninformative for comparing working memory models.

    Part of Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 2014.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter; Lindskog, Marcus; Nilsson, Håkan et al.

    The role of ANS acuity and numeracy for the calibration and the coherence of subjective probability judgments

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, p. 851-, 2014.

  • Article in journal

    Elwin, Ebba

    Living and Learning: Reproducing Beliefs in Selective Experience

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 327-337, 2013.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Calculate or wait: Is man an eager or a lazy intuitive statistician?

    Part of Journal of Cognitive Psychology, p. 994-1014, 2013.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Are there rapid feedback effects on Approximate Number System acuity?

    Part of Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, p. 270-, 2013.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Naïve Point Estimation

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 782-800, 2013.

  • Article in journal

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter; Poom, Leo

    Measuring acuity of the approximate number system reliably and validly: the evaluation of an adaptive test procedure

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, p. 510-, 2013.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg; Jenny, Mirjam

    Exploring theoverestimation of conjunctive probabilities

    Part of Frontiers in Psychology, p. 101-, 2013.

    Open access
  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    "Kognitionspsykologi"

    Part of Grunderna i vår tids Psykologi, p. 125-162, 2012.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Memory of Gender and Gait Direction From Biological Motion: Gender Fades Away But Directions Stay

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology, p. 1091-1097, 2012.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Ma, Wei Ji

    Robust averaging during perceptual judgment is not optimal.

    Part of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2012.

  • Article in journal

    Diamantopoulou, Sofia; Poom, Leo; Klaver, Peter; Talsma, Durk

    Visual working memory capacity and stimulus categories: a behavioral and electrophysiological investigation

    Part of Experimental Brain Research, p. 501-513, 2011.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Nilsson, Håkan; Winman, Anders; Lindskog, Marcus

    Reducing cognitive biases in probabilistic reasoning by the use of logarithm formats

    Part of Cognition, p. 248-267, 2011.

  • Article in journal

    Ma, Wei Ji; Navalpakkam, Vidhya; Beck, Jeffrey M; Van den Berg, Ronald et al.

    Behavior and neural basis of near-optimal visual search.

    Part of Nature Neuroscience, 2011.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan

    Hierarchical Bayesian parameter estimation for cumulative prospect theory

    Part of Journal of mathematical psychology (Print), p. 84-93, 2011.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Motion and color generate coactivation at postgrouping identification stages

    Part of Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, p. 1833-1842, 2011.

    Open access
  • Article in journal

    Henriksson, Maria P.; Elwin, Ebba; Juslin, Peter

    What is Coded into Memory in the Absence of Outcome Feedback?

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1-16, 2010.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Replik på ”mjuka fakta och osannolik noggrannhet”

    Part of Qvintense, p. 18-19, 2010.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Making the Seemingly Impossible Appear Possible: Effects of Conjunction Fallacies in Evaluations of Bets on Football Games

    Part of Journal of Economic Psychology, p. 172-180, 2010.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Nilsson, Håkan; Winman, Anders

    Probability theory: Not the very guide of life

    Part of Psychological review, p. 856-874, 2009.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders; Hansson, Patrik

    The naive intuitive statistician: A naive sampling model of intuitive confidence intervals.

    Part of Judgement and Decision making, p. 678-703, 2009.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter; Hansson, Göran

    Linda is not a bearded lady: Configural weighting and adding as the cause of extension errors

    Part of Journal of experimental psychology. General, p. 517-534, 2009.

  • Article in journal

    Hansson, Patrik; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    The role of short-term memory capacity and task experience for overconfidence in judgment under uncertainty

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1027-1042, 2008.

  • Chapter in book

    Hansson, Patrik; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    The naive intuitive statistician:Organism-Environment Relations from yet another Angle.

    Part of The probabilistic mind, p. 237-260, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Comments: The role of random error in confidence judgment: Reply to Merkle, Sieck, and Van Zandt.

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 449-452, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Information integration in multiple-cue judgment: A division-of-labor hypothesis

    Part of Cognition, p. 258-298, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Exemplar-based inference in multi-attribute decision making: Contingent, not automatic, strategy shifts?

    Part of Judgment and decision making, p. 244-260, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Exemplars in the mist: The cognitive substrate of the representativeness heuristic.

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 201-212, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Adult age differences in the realism of confidence judgments: Overconfidence, format Dependence, and cognitive predictors

    Part of Psychology and Aging, p. 531-544, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The role of short term memory and task experience for overconfidence in judgment under uncertainty

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1027-1042, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan

    Exploring the conjunction fallacy within a category learning framework

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 471-490, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    Exemplars in the Mist: The cognitive substrate of the representativeness heuristic

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 201-212, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Henrik; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    The role of random error in confidence judgment: Reply to Merkle, Sieck, and Van Zandt (2008)

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 449-452, 2008.

  • Article in journal

    Van den Berg, Ronald; Cornelissen, FW; Roerdink, JBTM

    Perceptual dependencies in information visualization assessed by complex visual search

    Part of ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 2008.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    The naïve intuitive statistican: Ecological psychology from yet another angle

    Part of The probabilistic mind: Prospects for rational models of cognition, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Constructivist coding: Learning from selective feedback

    Part of Psychological Science, p. 105-110, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The naive intuitive statistician: A naïve sampling model of intuitive confidence intervals

    Part of Psychological review, p. 678-703, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders; Hansson, Patrik

    The naive intuitive statistician: A naive sampling model of intuitive confidence intervals

    Part of Psychological review, p. 678-703, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Löfroth, Claes; Nordén, Berndt

    Testing human visual detection with xenon and halogen lamps as used on forest machines

    Part of International Journal of Forest Engineering, p. 9-14, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Olsson, Henrik; Börjesson, Erik

    Dissociations between slant-contrast and reversed slant-contrast

    Part of Vision Research, p. 746-754, 2007.

  • Article in journal

    Enkvist, Tommy; Newell, Ben; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    On the role of causal intervention in multiple-cue judgment: positive and negative effects on learning

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, p. 163-79, 2006.

  • Collection (editor)

    Fiedler, K; Juslin, P

    Information sampling and adaptive cognition

    2006.

  • Chapter in book

    Fiedler, K; Juslin, P

    Taking the interface between mind and environment seriously

    Part of Information sampling and adaptive cognition, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Hannus, Aave; Van den Berg, Ronald; Bekkering, Harold; Roerdink, Jos B T M et al.

    Visual search near threshold: Some features are more equal than others.

    Part of Journal of Vision, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Jansson, Gunnar; Juslin, Peter; Poom, Leo

    Liquid-specific stimulus properties can be utilized for haptic perception of amount of liquid in a vessel put in motion.

    Part of Perception, p. 1421-32, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Go With the Flow: How to Master a Nonlinear Multiple-Cue Judgment Task

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1371-1384, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Multiple-cue judgment in individual and dyadic learning

    Part of Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, p. 40-56, 2006.

  • Chapter in book

    Klayman, J; Soll, J; Juslin, P; Winman, A

    Subjective Confidence and the Sampling of Knowledge

    Part of Information Sampling and Adaptive Cognition, 2006.

  • Chapter in book

    Klayman, J; Soll, J; Juslin, P; Winman, A

    Information sampling and overconfidence in interval estimation

    Part of Information sampling and adaptive cognition, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Anna-Carin; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    Individuals and dyads in a multiple-cue judgment task: Cognitive processes and performance

    Part of Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, p. 40-56, 2006.

  • Chapter in book

    Winman, A; Juslin, P

    “I’m m/n Confident that I’m Correct.: ”: Confidence in Foresight and Hindsight as a Sampling Probability.

    Part of Information Sampling and Adaptive Cognition, 2006.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Gredebäck, Gustaf

    Inferring causality assessments from predictive responses: Cue interaction without cue competition

    Part of Q J Exp Psychol (Colchester), p. 28-45, 2006.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    Bedömningar och beslutsfattande: Jakten på Homo Economicus

    Part of Vår tida psykologi, p. 533-548, 2005.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter; Nyberg, L

    Kognitionspsykologi

    Part of Vår tids psykologi, p. 133-168, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    Postscript

    Part of Psychol Rev, p. 267-, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    Capacity limitations and the detection of correlations: Comment on Kareev (2000)

    Part of Psychol Rev, p. 256-67; discussion 280, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Olsson, Henrik; Juslin, Peter

    The Cognitive Substrate of Subjective Probability

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 600 600-620 620, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Nilsson, Håkan; Olsson, Henrik; Juslin, Peter

    The cognitive substrate of subjective probability.

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, p. 600-20, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Henrik; Poom, Leo

    Visual memory needs categories

    Part of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, p. 8776-80, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Henrik; Poom, Leo

    The noisy cue abstraction model is equivalent to the multiplicative prototype model.

    Part of Perceptual and Motor Skills, p. 819-20, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Börjesson, Erik

    Colour, polarity, disparity, and texture contributions to motion segregation.

    Part of Perception, p. 1193-203, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    von Schéele, Ingrid; von Schéele, Bo; Hansson, Göran; Winman, Anders et al.

    Psychosocial factors and respiratory and cardiovascular parameters during psychophysiological stress profiling in working men and women

    Part of Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback, p. 125-36, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Wennerholm, Pia; Juslin, Peter; Shanks, David R

    Evidence for rule-based processes in the inverse base-rate effect.

    Part of Q J Exp Psychol A, p. 789-815, 2005.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Note on the rationality of rule-based versus exemplar-based processing in human judgment

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 37-47, 2004.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Börjesson, Erik

    Good continuation with kinetic edges.

    Part of Vision Res, p. 2101-8, 2004.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders

    Do perfume additives termed human pheromones warrant being termed pheromones?

    Part of Physiology and Behavior, p. 697-701, 2004.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Hansson, Patrik; Juslin, Peter

    Subjective probability intervals: How to reduce overconfidence by interval evaluation.

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cogntion, p. 1167-75, 2004.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Judgment processes: Ecology-fostered representations, input samples and human limitations

    Part of The Brunswik Society Newsletter, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Exemplar effects in multiple-cue judgment

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, p. 133-156, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Calibration, additivity, and source independence of probability judgments in general knowledge and sensory discrimination tasks

    Part of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, p. 34-51, 2003.

  • Article, book review

    Juslin, Peter

    Reinstating frequency as a key to adaptive cognition: Invited review of “Etc. Frequency Processing and Cognition”, edited by P. Sedlmeier and T. Betsch.

    Part of Acta Psychologica, p. 119-121, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Cue abstraction and exemplar memory in categorization

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 924-941, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Jones, Sari; Olsson, Henrik; Winman, Anders

    Cue abstraction and exemplar memory: Evidence for multiple representation levels

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, p. 924 924-941 941, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders; Olsson, Henrik

    Calibration, additivity, and source independence of probability judgments in general knowledge and sensory discrimination tasks

    Part of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, p. 34 34-51 51, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Wennerholm, Pia; Juslin, Peter

    Can attentional theory explain the inverse base-rate effect?: Comments on Kruschke (2001)

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1390-1395, 2003.

  • Article in journal

    Börjesson, Erik; Poom, Leo

    Visual slant-contrast across space and attributes

    Part of Journal of Vision, p. 91a-, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Mats Björkman 1926-2001

    Part of The European Association for Decision Making (EADM) Newsletter 2002, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Mats Björkman 1926-2001

    Part of The Brunswick Society, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    PROBabilities from EXemplars (PROBEX): A “lazy” algorithm for probabilistic inference from generic knowledge

    Part of Cognitive science, p. 563-607, 2002.

  • Article, review/survey

    Lundberg, I; Molander, B; Juslin, P

    Eulogy: Mats Björkman

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 197-199, 2002.

  • Chapter in book

    Olsson, N; Juslin, Peter

    Calibration of confidence among eyewitness and earwitness

    Part of Metacognition: Process, function, and use, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Seeing stereoscopic depth from disparity between kinetic edges

    Part of Perception, p. 1439-1448, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Visual binding of luminance, motion, and disparity edges

    Part of Vision Research, p. 2577-2591, 2002.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Olsson, Henrik

    Are mechanisms for perception of biological motion different from mechanisms for perception of nonbiological motion?

    Part of Perceptual and Motor Skills, p. 1301-1310, 2002.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    Representative design: Causal inference and generalization in cognitive science

    Part of The essential Brunswik: Beginnings, explications, applications, p. 404-408, 2001.

  • Article, book review

    Juslin, Peter

    Cognition and environmental structure: Halfway there…: Invited review of the book Rational Models of Cognition edited by Mike Oaksford and Nick Chater

    Part of American Psychologist, p. 648-653, 2001.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Wennerholm, Pia; Winman, Anders

    High-level reasoning and base-rate use: Do we need cue-competition to explain the inverse base-rate effect?

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 849-871, 2001.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Visual summation of luminannce lines and illusory contours induced by pictorial, motion, and disparity cues

    Part of Vision Research, p. 3805-3816, 2001.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Visual inter-attribute contour completion

    Part of Perception, p. 855-865, 2001.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    The overconfidence phenomenon as a consequence of informal experimenter-guided selection of almanac items

    Part of Judgment and Decision Making: An Interdisciplinary Reader (2nd Ed.), 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Naive empiricism and dogmatism in confidence research: A critical examination of the hard-easy effect

    Part of Psychological review, p. 384-396, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The sensory sampling model: Theoretical developments and empirical findings

    Part of Food Quality and Preference, p. 27-34, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Visual perception of dynamic properties: Cue heuristics versus direct-perceptual competence

    Part of Psychological review, p. 525-555, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders; Olsson, Henrik

    Naive empiricism and dogmatism in confidence research: A critical examination of the hard-easy effect

    Part of PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW, p. 384-396, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Inter-attribute tilt effects and orientation analysis in the visual brain

    Part of Vision Research, p. 2711-2722, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Mechanisms for seeing transparency-from-motion and orientation-from-motion

    Part of Perception, p. 661-674, 2000.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo

    Inter-attribute tilt effects and orientation analysis in the visual brain

    Part of Vision Research, p. 2711-2722, 2000.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    ”I was well calibrated all along”: Assessing accuracy in retrospect

    Part of Judgment and decision making: Neo-Brunswikian and process tracing approaches, 1999.

  • Collection (editor)

    Juslin, Peter

    Judgment and decision making: Neo-Brunswikian and process tracing approaches

    1999.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    Computational models of subjective probability calibration

    Part of Judgment and decision making: Neo-Brunswikian and process tracing approaches, p. 67-96, 1999.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Format dependence in subjective probability calibration

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1038-1052, 1999.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Can encoding strategy and self-reported recognition skill be diagnostic of performance in eyewitness identifications?

    Part of Journal of Applied Psychology, p. 42-49, 1999.

  • Article in journal

    Poom, Leo; Börjesson, Erik

    Perceptual depth synthesis in the visual system as revealed by selective adaptation

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology, p. 504-517, 1999.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders

    Cognitive processes operating in hindsight

    Part of SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, p. 135 135-145 145, 1999.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The calibration issue: Theoretical comments on Suantak, Bolger, and Ferrell (1996)

    Part of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, p. 3-26, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Auditory inspection time: On the importance of selecting the appropriate sensory continuum

    Part of Personality and Individual Differences, p. 627-634, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Realism of confidence in eyewitness vs. earwitness identification

    Part of Journal of experimental psychology. Applied, p. 101-118, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The confidence-hindsight mirror effect in judgment: An accuracy-assessment model for the Knew-It-All-Along effect

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 415-431, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik; Winman, Anders

    The calibration issue: Theoretical comments on Suantak, Bolger, and Ferrell (1996)

    Part of ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN DECISION PROCESSES, p. 3 3-26 26, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Nils; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    Realism of confidence in earwitness versus eyewitness identification

    Part of JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED, p. 101 101-118 118, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter; Björkman, Mats

    The confidence-hindsight mirror effect in judgment: An accuracy-assessment model for the knew-it-all-along phenomenon

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 415-431, 1998.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Brunswikian and Thurstonian origins of bias in probability assessment: On the origin and nature of stochastic components of judgment

    Part of Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, p. 189-209, 1997.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Thurstonian and Brunswikian origins of uncertainty in judgment: A sampling model of confidence in sensory discrimination

    Part of Psychological review, p. 344-366, 1997.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders

    The importance of item selection in ''knew-it-all-along'' studies of general knowledge

    Part of SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, p. 63 63-72 72, 1997.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, P; Lindholm, T; Christiansson, S-Å.

    Vittneskonfrontationer

    Part of Rättspsykologi, p. 136-157, 1996.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Calibration and diagnosticity of confidence in eyewitness identification: Comments on what can be inferred from the low confidence-accuracy correlation

    Part of Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, p. 1304-1316, 1996.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Nils; Winman, Anders

    Calibration and diagnosticity of confidence in eyewitness identification: Comments on what can be inferred from the low confidence-accuracy correlation

    Part of JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION, p. 1304 1304-1316 1316, 1996.

  • Article in journal

    Olsson, Henrik; Winman, Anders

    Underconfidence in sensory discrimination: The interaction between experimental setting and response strategies

    Part of PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS, p. 374 374-382 382, 1996.

  • Article in journal

    JUSLIN, P; WINMAN, A

    Reply to William R. Ferrell's paper "Calibration of sensory and cognitive judgments: A single model for both.

    Part of SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, p. 153 153-163 163, 1995.

  • Chapter in book

    Juslin, Peter

    Well calibrated confidence judgments for general knowledge items, inferential recognition decisions, and social predictions

    Part of Contributions to Decision Making , 1995.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    Can overconfidence be used as an indicator of reconstructive rather than retrieval processes?

    Part of Cognition, p. 99-130, 1995.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter; WInman, Anders; PERSSON, T

    Can overconfidence be used as an indicator of reconstructive rather than retrieval processes?

    Part of COGNITION, p. 99-130, 1995.

  • Article in journal

    Björkman, M; Juslin, P; Winman, A

    A reply to William R Farell's paper "A model of realism of confidence judgments: Implications for underconfidence in sensory discrimination"

    Part of Perception and Psychophysics, p. 255-259, 1994.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, Peter

    The overconfidence phenomenon as a consequence of informal experimenter - guided selection of almanac items

    Part of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, p. 226-246, 1994.

  • Article in journal

    Björkman, Mats; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    Realism of confidence in sensory discrimination: The underconfidence phenomenon.

    Part of Perception & Psychophysics, p. 75-81, 1993.

  • Article in journal

    Juslin, P

    An explanation of the hard-easy effect in studies of realism of confidence in one's general knowledge

    Part of European journal of cognitive psychology, p. 55-71, 1993.

  • Article in journal

    Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Calibration of sensory and cognitive judgments: Two different accounts

    Part of Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, p. 135-148, 1993.

  • Article in journal

    Bartusch, Cajsa; Juslin, Peter; Stikvoort, Britt; Yang-Wallentin, Fan et al.

    Opening the black box of demand response

    Part of Energy Research & Social Science

  • Manuscript (preprint)

    Elwin, Ebba

    Living and Learning: The Interplay between Beliefs, Sampling Behaviour, and Experience

  • Manuscript (preprint)

    Guath, Mona; Juslin, Peter; Rackwitz, Roger

    Why Do People Pursue Goals Sequentially when they Try to Balance the Cost and the Utility in an Electricity Consumption Task?

  • Manuscript (preprint)

    Stengård, Elina; Juslin, Peter; Hahn, Ulrike; van den Berg, Ronald

    On the generality and cognitive basis of base-rate neglect

  • Manuscript (preprint)

    Stengård, Elina; Juslin, Peter; van den Berg, Ronald

    Do people spontaneously engage in precision weighting in cognitive inference tasks?

  • Manuscript (preprint)

    Sundh, Joakim

    The Ecological Scopes of Cognitive Models for Joint Probability Judgment

  • Article in journal

    Wennerholm, P.; Winman, A.; Shanks, D. R.

    Reasoning or associations?: Cognitive representations in the inverse base-rate task

Conference Contributions and Other

  • Conference paper

    Bartusch, Cajsa; Stikvoort, Britt

    Residential demand response in the long run: Assessing the effects of a time-of-use power tariff 20 years after implementing it

    Part of Behave 2018: Book of Abstracts, p. 30-31, 2018.

    Open access
  • Conference paper

    Nygren, Thomas; Guath, Mona

    Mixed Digital Messages: The ability to determine news credibility among Swedish teenagers

    Part of PROCEEDINGS OF THE15th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COGNITION AND EXPLORATORY LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE (CELDA 2018), p. 375-378, 2018.

    Open access
  • Other

    Millroth, Philip

    Descriptive statistics and Bayesian hypothesis testing show that the intervention enhances only geometric sensitivity: Comment on Dillon et al. (2017)

    2017.

  • Conference paper

    Stengård, Elina; Van den Berg, Ronald

    Optimality of visual search under ambiguous stimuli

    Part of CogSci 2017, 2017.

  • Conference paper

    Sundh, Joakim

    Compound risk judgment in tasks with both idiosyncratic and systematic risk: The “robust beauty” of additive probability integration

    2017.

  • Conference paper

    Guath, Mona; Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter

    Does Sequential or Simultaneous Presentation of Value and Probability Affect the Information Integration in Risky Prospects?

    2015.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Small Samples and the Illusion of Linearity in Judgment

    2015.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Small Samples and the Illusion of Linearity in Judgment

    2015.

  • Report

    Bartusch, Cajsa; Juslin, Peter; Persson-Fischier, Ulrika; Stenberg, Jesper

    Elkonsumenters drivkrafter för en ökad förbrukningsflexibilitet: Hushålls attityder och anpassningar till en tidsdifferentierad och effektbaserad elnätstariff

    2014.

    Open access
  • Report

    Juslin, Peter

    Elkonsumenters drivkrafter för en ökad förbrukningsflexibilitet. Hushållsattityder och anpassningar till en tidsdifferentierad och effektbaserad elnätstariff.

    2014.

  • Conference paper

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Poom, Leo

    Can approximate number system acuity improve with arithmetic training?

    2014.

  • Conference paper

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Poom, Leo

    While waiting for the dots: The influence of short-term memory in tasks indexing the Approximate Number System?

    2014.

  • Conference paper

    Millroth, Philip; Juslin, Peter

    Prospect Evaluation as a Function of Denominator Neglect

    2014.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    "Is feedforward learning more efficient than feedback learning in smart meters of electricity consumption?"

    Part of Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2013.

  • Conference paper

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Effects of Response and Presentation Format on Measures of Approximate Number System Acuity

    Part of Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 2908-2913, 2013.

    Open access
  • Conference paper

    Lindskog, Marcus; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Is it Time Bayes went Fishing?: Bayesian Probabilistic Reasoning in a Category Learning Task

    Part of Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 906-911, 2013.

    Open access
  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Combo bets are more attractive than single bets.

    2013.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg; Winman, Anders; Jenny, Mirjam et al.

    People systematically overestimate conjunctive probabilities.

    2013.

  • Conference paper

    Winman, Anders; Lindskog, Marcus; Nilsson, Håkan; Kerimi, Neda et al.

    The role of ANS-acuity and numeracy for the accuracy of subjective probability judgments.

    2013.

  • Conference paper

    Guath, Mona

    Can Mapping Learning Replace Smart Meters?

    2012.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Can bettors convert odds into probabilities? Three studies of how oddsin sports betting is perceived as probabilistic information.

    2012.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Are bets with the odds of 3.1 more likely than bets with the odds of 21/10? How odds in sports betting are perceived as probabilistic information.

    2011.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Can bettors convert odds into probabilities?

    2011.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg; Wagenmakers, Eric-Jan

    Hierarchical Bayesian parameter estimation for models of decision under uncertainty.

    2011.

  • Report

    Juslin, Peter

    Läromedel för psykologiundervisningen på gymnasiet: En sondering av litteraturens innehåll och aktualitet

    2009.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Andersson, Patric

    Effects of conjunction fallacies in evaluating football bets.

    2009.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    The rationality of weighting and adding probabilities.

    2009.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg

    The effects of monetary incentives on how conjunctive probabilities areassessed.

    2009.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Rieskamp, Jörg

    Conjunctive probabilities and monetary incentives.

    2009.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Causal models and cognitive representations in multiple cue judgment

    Part of Proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of the cognitive science society, 2007.

  • Report

    Juslin, Peter

    Doktorsexamina vid de psykologiska institutionerna i Sverige 1990–1995, 1995–2000, och 2000–2005

    2006.

  • Conference paper

    Enkvist, Tommy; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik; Newell, Ben R.

    Intervention in multiple-cue judgment: Not always for the better

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2005.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Olsson, Henrik

    Categorization vs. inference: Shift in attention or representation?

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2005.

  • Conference paper

    Karlsson, Linnea; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    Representational shifts in a multiple-cue judgment task with continuous cues

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2004.

  • Conference paper

    Hansson, Patrik; Juslin, Peter; Winman, Anders

    Naïve Sampling and Format Dependence in Subjective Probability Calibration

    Part of Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society., 2003.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    From prototypes to exemplars: Representational shifts in a probability judgment task

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society , p. 868-873, 2003.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    The additive judge: On the abstraction of explicit knowledge of cue-criterion relations

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 634-639, 2003.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Multiple-cue judgment in individual and dyadic learning

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 880-885, 2003.

  • Conference paper

    Nilsson, Håkan; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik

    From prototypes to exemplars: Representational shifts in a probability judgment task

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 868-873, 2003.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik; Olsson, Anna-Carin

    Cue abstraction and exemplars in multiple-cue judgment

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2002.

  • Conference paper

    Olsson, H; Juslin, Peter

    Experience and pseudo-experience: Exemplar effects without feedback

    Part of Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual conference of the cognitive science society, p. 714-719, 2002.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Mirroring the inverse base-rate effect: The novel symptom phenomenon

    Part of Proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of the cognitive science society, p. 252-257, 2001.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter; Nilsson, Håkan; Olsson, Henrik

    Where do probability judgments come from? Evidence for similarity–graded probability

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 471-476, 2001.

  • Conference paper

    Gredebäck, Gustaf; Winman, Anders; Juslin, Peter

    Rational Assessments of Covariation and Causality

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-second Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2000.

  • Conference paper

    Jones, Sari; Juslin, Peter; Olsson, Henrik; Winman, Anders

    Algorithm, heuristic or exemplar: Processes and representation in multiple-cue judgment

    Part of Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, p. 244-249, 2000.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Fast and frugal use of cue direction in states of limited knowledge

    Part of Proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of the cognitive science society, p. 841-846, 2000.

  • Conference paper

    Olsson, H; Juslin, Peter

    Confidence in sensory discrimination: How to increase sensory miscalibration with outcome feedback

    Part of Proceedings of the twenty-second annual conference of the cognitive science society, p. 496-501, 1999.

  • Conference paper

    Juslin, Peter

    Evidence for the directness of advanced information pickup

    Part of Studies in Perception and Action IV: Ninth International Conference on Perception and Action, p. 47-51, 1997.