Gus Cooney
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The unforeseen costs of extraordinary experience
G Cooney, DT Gilbert, TD Wilson
Psychological science 25 (12), 2259-2265, 2014
452014
The liking gap in conversations: Do people like us more than we think?
EJ Boothby, G Cooney, GM Sandstrom, MS Clark
Psychological science 29 (11), 1742-1756, 2018
392018
The novelty penalty: why do people like talking about new experiences but hearing about old ones?
G Cooney, DT Gilbert, TD Wilson
Psychological science 28 (3), 380-394, 2017
242017
When fairness matters less than we expect
G Cooney, DT Gilbert, TD Wilson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (40), 11168-11171, 2016
152016
Do conversations end when people want them to?
AM Mastroianni, DT Gilbert, G Cooney, TD Wilson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (10), 2021
132021
The many minds problem: disclosure in dyadic versus group conversation
G Cooney, AM Mastroianni, N Abi-Esber, AW Brooks
Current Opinion in Psychology 31, 22-27, 2020
122020
The liking gap in groups and teams
AM Mastroianni, G Cooney, EJ Boothby, AG Reece
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 162, 109-122, 2021
72021
Determining conversation analysis indicators for a multiparty conversation
A Reece, P Bull, G Cooney, C Fitzpatrick, GR Kellerman, R Sonnek
US Patent App. 16/798,242, 2021
2021
Synthesizing higher order conversation features for a multiparty conversation
A Reece, P Bull, G Cooney, C Fitzpatrick, GR Kellerman, R Sonnek
US Patent App. 16/798,246, 2021
2021
Computationally reacting to a multiparty conversation
A Reece, P Bull, G Cooney, C Fitzpatrick, GR Kellerman, R Sonnek
US Patent App. 16/798,248, 2021
2021
Segmenting and generating conversation features for a multiparty conversation
A Reece, P Bull, G Cooney, C Fitzpatrick, GR Kellerman, R Sonnek
US Patent App. 16/798,244, 2021
2021
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