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Stern, E., Welsh, R., Gonzalez, R., Fitzgerald, K., Abelson, J., & Taylor, S. (2013). Subjective uncertainty and limbic hyperactivation in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Human Brain Mapping. 34, 1956-1970. DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22038 …

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When emotions are both positive and negative

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We propose a new measure for assessing mixed emotions over daily activities in older adults. The Activity Affective Complexity score is demonstrated in a subsample of older adults from the Health …

Brain differences in how obsessive-compulsive patients process uncertainty compared to controls

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Stern, E., Welsh, R., Gonzalez, R., Fitzgerald, K., Abelson, J., & Taylor, S. (2013). Subjective uncertainty and limbic hyperactivation in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Human Brain Mapping. 34, 1956-1970. DOI: 10.1002/hbm.22038 …

Extending our approach of choosing the next query in decision making studies: Testing probability weighting functions

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Cavagnaro, D., Pitt, M., Gonzalez, R., \& Myung, J. (2013). Discriminating among probability weighting functions using adaptive design optimization. {\it Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 47,} 255-289. 10.1007/s11166-013-9179-3  PDF
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Probability weighting …

Does having a companion present when consulting an oncologist help the cancer patient process information better?

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Eggly, S., Penner, L., Hagiwara, N., Gonzalez, R., Harper, F., Heath, E., \& Albrecht, T. (2013). Patient, companion, and oncologist perceptions of information discussed during oncology clinical interactions. {\it Psych-Oncology, …

Exploiting a well-known bias to infer some detailed properties of how we distort probabilities

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We make use of a series of choice questions based on the common consequence setup, much like the classic Allais problem, to show that we can infer concavity and convexity …