Jonathan D Nelson
Jonathan D Nelson
Lecturer, University of Surrey; Research Scientist, Max Planck Institute
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Human cortical representations for reaching: mirror neurons for execution, observation, and imagery
F Filimon, JD Nelson, DJ Hagler, MI Sereno
Neuroimage 37 (4), 1315-1328, 2007
What a speaker’s choice of frame reveals: Reference points, frame selection, and framing effects
CRM McKenzie, JD Nelson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 10 (3), 596-602, 2003
Finding useful questions: on Bayesian diagnosticity, probability, impact, and information gain.
JD Nelson
Psychological Review 112 (4), 979, 2005
Multiple parietal reach regions in humans: cortical representations for visual and proprioceptive feedback during on-line reaching
F Filimon, JD Nelson, RS Huang, MI Sereno
The Journal of Neuroscience 29 (9), 2961-2971, 2009
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
Experience Matters
JD Nelson, CRM McKenzie, GW Cottrell, TJ Sejnowski
Psychological science 21 (7), 960-969, 2010
How embodied is perceptual decision making? Evidence for separate processing of perceptual and motor decisions
F Filimon, MG Philiastides, JD Nelson, NA Kloosterman, HR Heekeren
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (5), 2121-2136, 2013
Confirmation Bias
JD Nelson, CRM McKenzie
Asking the right questions about the psychology of human inquiry: Nine open challenges
A Coenen, JD Nelson, TM Gureckis
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 26 (5), 1548-1587, 2019
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
Information search with situation-specific reward functions
B Meder, JD Nelson
Judgment and Decision Making 7 (2), 119-148, 2012
A probabilistic model of eye movements in concept formation
JD Nelson, GW Cottrell
Neurocomputing 70 (13-15), 2256-2272, 2007
Active inference in concept learning
JD Nelson, JR Movellan
Advances in neural information processing systems, 45-51, 2001
Asking Better Questions: How Presentation Formats Influence Information Search.
CM Wu, B Meder, F Filimon, JD Nelson
American Psychological Association, 2017
Towards a rational theory of human information acquisition
JD Nelson
The probabilistic mind: Prospects for rational models of cognition, 143-163, 2008
Stepwise versus globally optimal search in children and adults
B Meder, JD Nelson, M Jones, A Ruggeri
Cognition 191, 103965, 2019
The ventral striatum dissociates information expectation, reward anticipation, and reward receipt
F Filimon, JD Nelson, TJ Sejnowski, MI Sereno, GW Cottrell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 15200-15208, 2020
Simple heuristics and the modelling of crowd behaviours
M Moussa´d, JD Nelson
Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012, 75-90, 2014
Mapping the unknown: The spatially correlated multi-armed bandit
CM Wu, E Schulz, M Speekenbrink, JD Nelson, B Meder
bioRxiv, 106286, 2017
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