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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

Research Interest: Risk Communication, Psychology of Decision-Making; Computational Rationality

Publications

Dividing Attention Between Tasks: Testing Whether Explicit Payoff Functions Elicit Optimal Dual-Task Performance
GD Farmer, CP Janssen, AT Nguyen, DP Brumby
– Cognitive Science
(2018)
42,
820
People With Autism Spectrum Conditions Make More Consistent Decisions
GD Farmer, S Baron-Cohen, WJ Skylark
– Psychological science
(2017)
28,
1067
Who "Believes" in the Gambler's Fallacy and Why?
GD Farmer, PA Warren, U Hahn
– Journal of Experimental Psychology General
(2017)
146,
63
Why Contextual Preference Reversals Maximize Expected Value
A Howes, PA Warren, G Farmer, W El-Deredy, RL Lewis
– Psychological Review
(2016)
123,
368
The Effect of Expected Value on Attraction Effect Preference Reversals
GD Farmer, PA Warren, W El-Deredy, A Howes
– J Behav Decis Mak
(2017)
30,
785
The attraction effect in motor planning decisions
GD Farmer, W El-Deredy, A Howes, PA Warren
– Judgment and Decision Making
(2015)
10,
503
Stimulus materials for Farmer, Baron-Cohen, and Skylark. People with autism spectrum conditions make more consistent decisions.
WJ Skylark, GD Farmer
Stimulus materials for Farmer, Baron-Cohen, and Skylark. People with autism spectrum conditions make more consistent decisions.
WJ Skylark

Research Group

Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication

Telephone

01223 765921