Nathaniel J. S. Ashby
Nathaniel J. S. Ashby
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
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Focusing on what you own: Biased information uptake due to ownership
NJS Ashby, S Dickert, A Glöckner
Judgment and Decision making 7 (3), 254, 2012
962012
Areas of interest as a signal detection problem in behavioral eye‐tracking research
JL Orquin, NJS Ashby, ADF Clarke
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (2-3), 103-115, 2016
772016
The effect of consumer ratings and attentional allocation on product valuations.
NJS Ashby, L Walasek, A Glöckner
Judgment & Decision Making 10 (2), 2015
342015
Who’s biased? A meta-analysis of buyer–seller differences in the pricing of lotteries.
E Yechiam, NJS Ashby, T Pachur
Psychological Bulletin 143 (5), 543, 2017
282017
Applications and innovations of eye‐movement research in judgment and decision making.
NJS Ashby, JG Johnson, I Krajbich, M Wedel
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
282016
Forgetting the past: Individual differences in recency in subjective valuations from experience.
NJS Ashby, T Rakow
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (4), 1153, 2014
272014
Finding the right fit: A comparison of process assumptions underlying popular drift-diffusion models.
NJS Ashby, M Jekel, S Dickert, A Glöckner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (12 …, 2016
172016
Eyes on the prize? Evidence of diminishing attention to experienced and foregone outcomes in repeated experiential choice
NJS Ashby, T Rakow
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (2-3), 183-193, 2016
172016
Conscious and unconscious thought in risky choice: testing the capacity principle and the appropriate weighting principle of unconscious thought theory
NJS Ashby, A Glöckner, S Dickert
Frontiers in psychology 2, 261, 2011
162011
Numeracy predicts preference consistency: Deliberative search heuristics increase choice consistency for choices from description and experience.
NJS Ashby
Judgment & Decision Making 12 (2), 2017
132017
Choice in experiential learning: True preferences or experimental artifacts?
NJS Ashby, E Konstantinidis, E Yechiam
Acta psychologica 174, 59-67, 2017
102017
The consistency of visual attention to losses and loss sensitivity across valuation and choice.
NJS Ashby, E Yechiam, D Ben-Eliezer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (12), 1791, 2018
62018
Trading under the influence: The effects of psychological ownership on economic decision-making
S Dickert, NJS Ashby, A Dickert
Psychological ownership and consumer behavior, 145-163, 2018
62018
Exploring Complexity in Decisions from Experience: Same Minds, Same Strategy.
E Konstantinidis, NJS Ashby, C Gonzalez
CogSci, 2015
52015
The acute effect of Hypericum perforatum on short-term memory in healthy adults
E Yechiam, D Ben-Eliezer, NJS Ashby, M Bar-Shaked
Psychopharmacology 236 (2), 613-623, 2019
42019
When time is (not) money: Preliminary guidance on the interchangeability of time and money in laboratory-based risk research
NJS Ashby, T Rakow
Journal of Risk Research 21 (8), 1036-1051, 2018
42018
Are we attracted by losses? Boundary conditions for the approach and avoidance effects of losses.
E Yechiam, NJS Ashby, G Hochman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (4), 591, 2019
32019
The effect of switching costs on choice-inertia and its consequences
NJS Ashby, K Teodorescu
PloS one 14 (3), e0214098, 2019
32019
The Influence of Time Estimation and Time‐Saving Preferences on Learning to Make Temporally Dependent Decisions from Experience
NJS Ashby, C Gonzalez
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 30 (4), 807-818, 2017
32017
‘Tis better to choose and lose than to never choose at all
NJS Ashby, T Rakow, E Yechiam
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (6), 553, 2017
22017
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