Irina Baetu
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Human judgments of positive and negative causal chains.
I Baetu, AG Baker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (2), 153, 2009
Commonly-occurring polymorphisms in the COMT, DRD1 and DRD2 genes influence different aspects of motor sequence learning in humans
I Baetu, NR Burns, K Urry, GG Barbante, JB Pitcher
Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 125, 176-188, 2015
Extinction and blocking of conditioned inhibition in human causal learning
I Baetu, AG Baker
Learning & behavior 38 (4), 394-407, 2010
Accuracy-based measures provide a better measure of sequence learning than reaction time-based measures
K Urry, NR Burns, I Baetu
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1158, 2015
Individual differences in anxiety and fear learning: The role of working memory capacity
PAF Laing, N Burns, I Baetu
Acta psychologica 193, 42-54, 2019
A comparative approach to cue competition with one and two strong predictors
I Baetu, AG Baker, C Darredeau, RA Murphy
Learning & behavior 33 (2), 160-171, 2005
Neurotoxin-induced rodent models of Parkinson’s disease: benefits and drawbacks
M El-Gamal, M Salama, LE Collins-Praino, I Baetu, AM Fathalla, ...
Neurotoxicity Research 39, 897-923, 2021
Mental models of causation: A comparative view
AG Baker, R Murphy, R Mehta, I Baetu
New directions in human associative learning, 11-40, 2005
Competition between multiple causes of a single outcome in causal reasoning.
C Darredeau, I Baetu, AG Baker, RA Murphy
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (1), 1, 2009
Are preventive and generative causal reasoning symmetrical? Extinction and competition
I Baetu, AG Baker
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (9), 1675-1698, 2012
Development of prototype abstraction and exemplar memorization
I Baetu, T Shultz
Cognitive Science Society, 2010
Age‐related differences in sequence learning: Findings from two visuo‐motor sequence learning tasks
K Urry, NR Burns, I Baetu
British Journal of Psychology 109 (4), 830-849, 2018
Polymorphisms in dopaminergic genes predict proactive processes of response inhibition
ND Beu, NR Burns, I Baetu
European Journal of Neuroscience 49 (9), 1127-1148, 2019
Polymorphisms that affect GABA neurotransmission predict processing of aversive prediction errors in humans
I Baetu, JB Pitcher, S Cohen-Woods, B Lancer, N Beu, LM Foreman, ...
NeuroImage 176, 179-192, 2018
Human learning about causation
I Baetu, AG Baker
The Wiley Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Learning, 380-407, 2016
When is a cause the “same”? Incoherent generalization across contexts
I Barberia, I Baetu, J Sansa, AG Baker
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (2), 281-303, 2014
Choosing optimal causal backgrounds for causal discovery
I Barberia, I Baetu, J Sansa, AG Baker
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (12), 2413-2431, 2010
Mackintosh, pearce-hall and time: An EEG study on Inhibition of return
S Russo, N Burns, I Baetu
Biological psychology 146, 107731, 2019
Reasoning about redundant and non-redundant alternative causes of a single outcome: Blocking or enhancement caused by the stronger cause
I Baetu, AG Baker
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 72 (2), 238-250, 2019
Maybe this old dinosaur isn't extinct: What does Bayesian modeling add to associationism?
I Baetu, I Barberia, RA Murphy, AG Baker
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34 (4), 190, 2011
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