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Philip L Smith
Philip L Smith
Professor of Mathematical Psychology, University of Melbourne
Verified email at iprimus.com.au
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A comparison of sequential sampling models for two-choice reaction time.
R Ratcliff, PL Smith
Psychological review 111 (2), 333, 2004
13342004
Psychology and neurobiology of simple decisions
PL Smith, R Ratcliff
Trends in neurosciences 27 (3), 161-168, 2004
12222004
Diffusion decision model: Current issues and history
R Ratcliff, PL Smith, SD Brown, G McKoon
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (4), 260-281, 2016
10652016
Small is beautiful: In defense of the small-N design
PL Smith, DR Little
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (6), 2083-2101, 2018
3302018
Stochastic dynamic models of response time and accuracy: A foundational primer
PL Smith
Journal of mathematical psychology 44 (3), 408-463, 2000
3292000
An integrated theory of attention and decision making in visual signal detection.
PL Smith, R Ratcliff
Psychological review 116 (2), 283, 2009
3172009
Psychophysically principled models of visual simple reaction time.
PL Smith
Psychological review 102 (3), 567, 1995
2851995
The accumulator model of two-choice discrimination
PL Smith, D Vickers
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 32 (2), 135-168, 1988
2761988
Dual diffusion model for single-cell recording data from the superior colliculus in a brightness-discrimination task
R Ratcliff, YT Hasegawa, RP Hasegawa, PL Smith, MA Segraves
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (2), 1756-1774, 2007
2632007
The process of negotiating: Strategy and timing as predictors of outcomes
M Olekalns, PL Smith, T Walsh
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 68 (1), 68-77, 1996
2221996
Conflicting social motives in negotiating groups.
LR Weingart, JM Brett, M Olekalns, PL Smith
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (6), 994, 2007
2102007
Understanding optimal outcomes. The role of strategy sequences in competitive negotiations
M Olekalns, PL Smith
Human Communication Research 26 (4), 527-557, 2000
1882000
Attention orienting and the time course of perceptual decisions: Response time distributions with masked and unmasked displays
PL Smith, R Ratcliff, BJ Wolfgang
Vision research 44 (12), 1297-1320, 2004
1752004
Mutually dependent: Power, trust, affect and the use of deception in negotiation
M Olekalns, PL Smith
Journal of Business Ethics 85 (3), 347-365, 2009
1722009
Quantitative coding of negotiation behavior
L Weingart, P Smith, M Olekalns
International negotiation 9 (3), 441-456, 2004
1582004
Testing the relationships among negotiators’ motivational orientations, strategy choices, and outcomes
M Olekalns, PL Smith
Journal of experimental social psychology 39 (2), 101-117, 2003
1312003
Social value orientations and strategy choices in competitive negotiations
M Olekalns, PL Smith
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (6), 657-668, 1999
1281999
Moments in time: Metacognition, trust, and outcomes in dyadic negotiations
M Olekalns, PL Smith
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (12), 1696-1707, 2005
1242005
Perceptual discrimination in static and dynamic noise: the temporal relation between perceptual encoding and decision making.
R Ratcliff, PL Smith
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 139 (1), 70, 2010
1212010
Spatial uncertainty explains exogenous and endogenous attentional cuing effects in visual signal detection
IC Gould, BJ Wolfgang, PL Smith
Journal of Vision 7 (13), 4-4, 2007
1192007
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