William Turner
William Turner
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Multivariate pattern analysis of event-related potentials predicts the subjective relevance of everyday objects
WF Turner, P Johnston, K de Boer, C Morawetz, S Bode
Consciousness and Cognition 55, 46-58, 2017
Perceptual change-of-mind decisions are sensitive to absolute evidence magnitude
W Turner, D Feuerriegel, M Andrejević, R Hester, S Bode
Cognitive Psychology 124, 101358, 2020
Moral judgements of fairness-related actions are flexibly updated to account for contextual information
M Andrejević, D Feuerriegel, W Turner, S Laham, S Bode
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-17, 2020
Tracking dynamic adjustments to decision making and performance monitoring processes in conflict tasks
D Feuerriegel, M Jiwa, WF Turner, M Andrejević, R Hester, S Bode
NeuroImage 238, 118265, 2021
Perceptual decision confidence is sensitive to forgone physical effort expenditure
W Turner, R Angdias, D Feuerriegel, TTJ Chong, R Hester, S Bode
Cognition 207, 104525, 2021
An initial ‘snapshot’ of sensory information biases the likelihood and speed of subsequent changes of mind
W Turner, D Feuerriegel, R Hester, S Bode
PLOS Computational Biology 18 (1), e1009738, 2022
How do basic personality traits map onto moral judgments of fairness-related actions?
M Andrejević, LD Smillie, D Feuerriegel, WF Turner, SM Laham, S Bode
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (3), 710-721, 2022
Divergent effects of absolute evidence magnitude on decision accuracy and confidence in perceptual judgements
YH Ko, D Feuerriegel, W Turner, H Overhoff, E Niessen, J Stahl, R Hester, ...
Cognition 225, 105125, 2022
Unraveling the Neural Mechanisms Which Encode Rapid Streams of Visual Input
W Turner
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (7), 1170-1172, 2022
How we evaluate and overrule our perceptual decisions
WF Turner
University of Melbourne, 2020
Changes of mind and absolute evidence
W Turner, D Feuerriegel, M Andrejevic, R Hester, S Bode
PsyArXiv, 2019
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