Andrew Heathcote
Andrew Heathcote
School of Psychology, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The simplest complete model of choice response time: Linear ballistic accumulation
SD Brown, A Heathcote
Cognitive psychology 57 (3), 153-178, 2008
8482008
The power law repealed: The case for an exponential law of practice
A Heathcote, S Brown, DJK Mewhort
Psychonomic bulletin & review 7 (2), 185-207, 2000
6702000
Analysis of response time distributions: an example using the Stroop task.
A Heathcote, SJ Popiel, DJ Mewhort
Psychological bulletin 109 (2), 340, 1991
5071991
Quantile maximum likelihood estimation of response time distributions
A Heathcote, S Brown, DJK Mewhort
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (2), 394-401, 2002
2462002
A ballistic model of choice response time.
S Brown, A Heathcote
Psychological review 112 (1), 117, 2005
2352005
Distinguishing common and task-specific processes in word identification: A matter of some moment?
S Andrews, A Heathcote
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (2), 514, 2001
1842001
Fitting distributions using maximum likelihood: Methods and packages
D Cousineau, S Brown, A Heathcote
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 36 (4), 742-756, 2004
1722004
Item recognition memory and the receiver operating characteristic.
A Heathcote
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 29 (6), 1210, 2003
1662003
Electrophysiological correlates of anticipatory task‐switching processes
R Nicholson, F Karayanidis, D Poboka, A Heathcote, PT Michie
Psychophysiology 42 (5), 540-554, 2005
1652005
Not just for consumers: Context effects are fundamental to decision making
JS Trueblood, SD Brown, A Heathcote, JR Busemeyer
Psychological science 24 (6), 901-908, 2013
1642013
The form of the forgetting curve and the fate of memories
L Averell, A Heathcote
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 55 (1), 25-35, 2011
1602011
Diffusion versus linear ballistic accumulation: different models but the same conclusions about psychological processes?
C Donkin, S Brown, A Heathcote, EJ Wagenmakers
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (1), 61-69, 2011
1602011
The hare and the tortoise: Emphasizing speed can change the evidence used to make decisions.
B Rae, A Heathcote, C Donkin, L Averell, S Brown
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (5), 1226, 2014
1552014
The multiattribute linear ballistic accumulator model of context effects in multialternative choice.
JS Trueblood, SD Brown, A Heathcote
Psychological review 121 (2), 179, 2014
1492014
QMPE: Estimating Lognormal, Wald, and Weibull RT distributions with a parameter-dependent lower bound
A Heathcote, S Brown, D Cousineau
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 36 (2), 277-290, 2004
1472004
Advance preparation in task-switching: converging evidence from behavioral, brain activation, and model-based approaches
F Karayanidis, S Jamadar, H Ruge, N Phillips, A Heathcote, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 1, 25, 2010
1392010
Do junior doctors feel they are prepared for hospital practice? A study of graduates from traditional and non‐traditional medical schools
J Hill, IE Rolfe, SA Pearson, A Heathcote
Medical education 32 (1), 19-24, 1998
1321998
When the brain takes a break: a model-based analysis of mind wandering
M Mittner, W Boekel, AM Tucker, BM Turner, A Heathcote, BU Forstmann
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (49), 16286-16295, 2014
1212014
Averaging learning curves across and within participants
S Brown, A Heathcote
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 35 (1), 11-21, 2003
1182003
An integrated model of choices and response times in absolute identification.
SD Brown, AAJ Marley, C Donkin, A Heathcote
Psychological review 115 (2), 396, 2008
1142008
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