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Timothy L. Mullett
Timothy L. Mullett
Associate Professor, Behavioural Science Group, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Dirección de correo verificada de warwick.ac.uk
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Eye movements in strategic choice
N Stewart, S Gächter, T Noguchi, TL Mullett
Journal of behavioral decision making 29 (2-3), 137-156, 2016
195*2016
Implications of visual attention phenomena for models of preferential choice
TL Mullett, N Stewart
Decision, 2016
452016
The dynamics of deferred decision
S Bhatia, TL Mullett
Cognitive Psychology 86, 112-151, 2016
352016
A meta-analysis of loss aversion in risky contexts
L Walasek, TL Mullett, N Stewart
Available at SSRN 3189088, 2018
312018
Value representations by rank order in a distributed network of varying context dependency
TL Mullett, RJ Tunney
Brain and cognition 82 (1), 76-83, 2013
282013
Responses to irrational actions in action observation and mentalising networks of the human brain
LE Marsh, TL Mullett, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
NeuroImage 103, 81-90, 2014
262014
Similarity and decision time in preferential choice
S Bhatia, TL Mullett
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (6), 1276-1280, 2018
182018
Reexamining how utility and weighting functions get their shapes: A quasi-adversarial collaboration providing a new interpretation
D Alempaki, E Canic, TL Mullett, WJ Skylark, C Starmer, N Stewart, ...
Management Science 65 (10), 4841-4862, 2019
152019
On the futility of estimating utility functions: Why the parameters we measure are wrong, and why they do not generalize
N Stewart, E Canic, TL Mullett
PsyArXiv, 2019
112019
Individual-level analyses of the impact of parasite stress on personality: reduced openness only for older individuals
TL Mullett, GDA Brown, CL Fincher, M Kosinski, D Stillwell
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (1), 79-93, 2020
102020
Cooperation in Public Goods Games Predicts Behavior in Incentive‐Matched Binary Dilemmas: Evidence for Stable Prosociality
TL Mullett, RL McDonald, GDA Brown
Economic Inquiry 58 (1), 67-85, 2020
92020
Implications of visual attention phenomena for models of preferential choice. Decision, 3 (4), 231–253
TL Mullett, N Stewart
82016
Does the butcher-on-the-bus phenomenon require a dual-process explanation? A signal detection analysis
RJ Tunney, TL Mullett, CJ Moross, A Gardner
Frontiers in psychology 3, 208, 2012
82012
The role of alcohol in the link between national football (soccer) tournaments and domestic abuse-Evidence from England
A Trendl, N Stewart, TL Mullett
Social science & medicine 268, 113457, 2021
62021
A zero attraction effect in naturalistic choice.
A Trendl, N Stewart, TL Mullett
Decision 8 (1), 55, 2021
52021
Understanding the composite dimensions of the EQ-5D: an experimental approach
R McDonald, TL Mullett, A Tsuchiya
Social Science & Medicine 265, 113323, 2020
42020
Accumulation is late and brief in preferential choice
CER Edmunds, D Bose, CF Camerer, TL Mullett, N Stewart
42020
Acceptance of mixed gambles is sensitive to the range of gains and losses experienced, and estimates of lambda (λ) are not a reliable measure of loss aversion: Reply to André …
L Walasek, TL Mullett, N Stewart
American Psychological Association 150 (12), 2666, 2021
22021
Acceptance of Mixed Gambles Is Sensitive to the Range of Gains and Losses Experienced, and Estimates of Lambda (k) Are Not a Reliable Measure of Loss Aversion: Reply to André …
L Walasek, TL Mullett, N Stewart
12021
Optimal Allocation of Time in Risky Choices under Opportunity Costs
S Olschewski, TL Mullett, N Stewart
PsyArXiv, 2022
2022
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