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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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Analyzing multivariate dyadic data for exchangeable dyads

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This was our first paper on dyadic analysis. In retrospect, one of our main contributions was more pedagogical in that we showed how to get solid intuition about dyadic data …

Understanding circumplex models: An application to vocational interest

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In trying to understand an application of the circumplex structure to vocational structure, I struggled with geometric representation in theory development and data analysis. This short paper discusses some diagnostics …

Contextual cues influence judgment biases but only if they activate relevant motives

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We show how judgment biases can vary as a function of contextual cues that are relevant to an individual.  We studied groups of participants scoring high or low on sociability. …

Why sometimes we choose differently than how we advise

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There several reasons why what’s good for the goose is not always seen as being good for the gander. The attributes of a decision may be weighted differently when choosing …

Supportive relationships can attenuate the appeal of choice

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We show how being reminded of particular types of social relationships reduces the appeal of large choice sets.
Ybarra, O., Lee, D., & Gonzalez, R. (2012). Supportive social relationships attenuate the …