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Salience effects in information acquisition: No evidence for a top-down coherence influence

Salience effects on information search do not work indirectly.

How to teach open science principles in the undergraduate curriculum - the Hagen Cumulative Science Project

Students can contribute to the replication literature.

Perceived biological and social characteristics of a representative set of German first names

We provide ratings for a representative set of 2,000 German first names with regard to perceived sex, foreign origin (yes/no), and familiarity. In two studies participants (N = 736 and N = 237) estimated intelligence, education, attractiveness, …

Empirical content as a criterion for evaluating models

Models can be evaluated before any data has been collected.

Children's application of decision strategies in a compensatory environment

Young children are not sensitive to graded probablistic information.

A new and unique prediction for cue-search in a parallel-constraint satisfaction network model: The attraction search effect

People tend to search information of the more attractive option.

How to identify strategy use and adaptive strategy selection: The crucial role of chance correction in weighted compensatory strategies

The adaptive toolbox literature includes an unreasonable compensatory model.

Meaningful model comparisons have to include reasonable competing models and also all data: A rejoinder to Rieskamp (in press)

Model comparison studies should include reasonable competitor models.

Probabilistic coherence measures: A psychological study of coherence assessment

People follow Bayesian principles in subjective coherence assessment.

Finding the right fit: A comparison of cognitive process assumptions underlying popular drift-diffusion models

Evidence accumulated by eye fixations can predict choices and reactions times in donation and product decisions.