Rebecca Weldon
Rebecca Weldon
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Development of risky decision making: Fuzzy‐trace theory and neurobiological perspectives
VF Reyna, EA Wilhelms, MJ McCormick, RB Weldon
Child development perspectives 9 (2), 122-127, 2015
862015
How fuzzy-trace theory predicts true and false memories for words, sentences, and narratives
VF Reyna, JC Corbin, RB Weldon, CJ Brainerd
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 5 (1), 1-9, 2016
732016
How reasoning, judgment, and decision making are colored by gist-based intuition: A fuzzy-trace theory approach
JC Corbin, VF Reyna, RB Weldon, CJ Brainerd
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 4 (4), 344-355, 2015
552015
The effect of working memory capacity on conflict monitoring
RB Weldon, H Mushlin, B Kim, MH Sohn
Acta psychologica 142 (1), 6-14, 2013
422013
Educating intuition: Reducing risky decisions using fuzzy-trace theory
VF Reyna, RB Weldon, M McCormick
Current directions in psychological science 24 (5), 392-398, 2015
302015
Gist processing in judgment and decision making: Developmental reversals predicted by fuzzy-trace theory.
RB Weldon, JC Corbin, VF Reyna
Psychology Press, 2014
142014
Brain activation covaries with reported criminal behaviors when making risky choices: A fuzzy-trace theory approach.
VF Reyna, RK Helm, RB Weldon, PD Shah, AG Turpin, S Govindgari
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (7), 1094, 2018
102018
How to successfully incorporate undergraduate researchers into a complex research program at a large institution
RB Weldon, VF Reyna
Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education 13 (3), A192-A197, 2015
92015
The role of numeracy in risk communication
PG Brust-Renck, VF Reyna, JC Corbin, CE Royer, RB Weldon
The SAGE handbook of risk communication, 134-145, 2014
92014
An overview of judgment and decision making research through the Lens of fuzzy trace theory
R Setton, E Wilhelms, B Weldon, C Chick, V Reyna
Xin li ke xue jin zhan 22 (12), 1837, 2014
72014
Gist is sophisticated yet simple: Fuzzy-trace theory’s developmental approach to individual differences in judgment and decision-making
RB Weldon, JC Corbin, DMN Garavito, VF Reyna
Individual Differences in Judgement and Decision-Making, 77-94, 2016
22016
Cross-cultural differences in consistent mapping effects of targets and distractors
D Lee, HJ Shin, RB Weldon, MH Sohn
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 47 (4), 525-539, 2016
22016
Fuzzy-trace theory: Judgments, decisions, and neuroeconomics.
D Garavito, R Weldon, V Reyna
Cambridge University Press, 2018
12018
Neutral but not in the middle: cross-cultural comparisons of negative bias of “neutral” emotional stimuli
J Tae, Y Nam, Y Lee, RB Weldon, MH Sohn
Cognition and Emotion, 1-12, 2020
2020
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development
AS Meschkow, J Nolte, DM Garavito, RK Helm, RB Weldon, VF Reyna
2018
Perceptions of injury risk associated with booster seats and seatbelts: the ejection stereotype hypothesis
T Ishikawa, A Jiang, M Brussoni, V Reyna, R Weldon, B Bruce, I Pike
hypothesis 14, 455, 2017
2017
GIST IS SOPHISTICATED YET SIMPLE
RB Weldon, JC Corbin, DMN Garavito, VF Reyna
Individual Differences in Judgement and Decision-Making: A Developmental …, 2016
2016
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
VF Reyna, JC Corbin, RB Weldon, CJ Brainerd
2016
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
GL Wells, AM Smith, L Smalarz
2015
判断与决策研究纵观: 基于模糊痕迹理论的视角
S Roni, W Evan, W Becky, C Christina, R Valerie
心理科学进展 22 (12), 1837-1854, 2014
2014
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