David Kellen
David Kellen
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MPTinR: Analysis of multinomial processing tree models in R
H Singmann, D Kellen
Behavior Research Methods 45 (2), 560-575, 2013
922013
Recognition memory models and binary-response ROCs: A comparison by minimum description length
D Kellen, KC Klauer, A Bröder
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 20 (4), 693-719, 2013
712013
Toward a complete decision model of item and source recognition: A discrete-state approach
KC Klauer, D Kellen
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (4), 465-478, 2010
702010
Assessing the belief bias effect with ROCs: Reply to Dube, Rotello, and Heit (2010).
KC Klauer, D Kellen
American Psychological Association 118 (1), 164, 2011
512011
Validating a two-high-threshold measurement model for confidence rating data in recognition
A Bröder, D Kellen, J Schütz, C Rohrmeier
Memory 21 (8), 916-944, 2013
462013
Signal detection and threshold modeling of confidence-rating ROCs: A critical test with minimal assumptions.
D Kellen, KC Klauer
Psychological Review 122 (3), 542, 2015
422015
An introduction to mixed models for experimental psychology
H Singmann, D Kellen
New methods in neuroscience and cognitive psychology, 2017
392017
Discrete-state and continuous models of recognition memory: Testing core properties under minimal assumptions.
D Kellen, KC Klauer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (6), 1795, 2014
392014
The flexibility of models of recognition memory: An analysis by the minimum-description length principle
KC Klauer, D Kellen
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 55 (6), 430-450, 2011
392011
On the measurement of criterion noise in signal detection theory: the case of recognition memory.
D Kellen, KC Klauer, H Singmann
Psychological Review 119 (3), 457, 2012
362012
Intuitive logic revisited: new data and a Bayesian mixed model meta-analysis
H Singmann, KC Klauer, D Kellen
PloS one 9 (4), 2014
352014
How (in) variant are subjective representations of described and experienced risk and rewards?
D Kellen, T Pachur, R Hertwig
Cognition 157, 126-138, 2016
342016
Evaluating models of recognition memory using first-and second-choice responses
D Kellen, KC Klauer
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 55 (3), 251-266, 2011
282011
The flexibility of models of recognition memory: The case of confidence ratings
KC Klauer, D Kellen
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 67, 8-25, 2015
222015
Further evidence for discrete-state mediation in recognition memory
D Kellen, H Singmann, J Vogt, KC Klauer
Experimental Psychology, 2015
222015
Analyzing distributional properties of interference effects across modalities: Chances and challenges
K Dittrich, D Kellen, C Stahl
Psychological Research 78 (3), 387-399, 2014
202014
Estimating across-trial variability parameters of the Diffusion Decision Model: Expert advice and recommendations
U Boehm, J Annis, MJ Frank, GE Hawkins, A Heathcote, D Kellen, ...
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 87, 46-75, 2018
192018
RT-MPTs: Process models for response-time distributions based on multinomial processing trees with applications to recognition memory
KC Klauer, D Kellen
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 82, 111-130, 2018
182018
Modeling source-memory overdistribution
D Kellen, H Singmann, KC Klauer
Journal of Memory and Language 76, 216-236, 2014
182014
Elementary signal detection and threshold theory
D Kellen, KC Klauer
Stevens' handbook of experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience 5, 1-39, 2018
172018
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