Poletiek Fenna H.
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Hypothesis-testing behaviour
FH Poletiek
Psychology Press, 2013
1142013
The impact of adjacent-dependencies and staged-input on the learnability of center-embedded hierarchical structures
J Lai, FH Poletiek
Cognition 118 (2), 265-273, 2011
542011
Paradoxes of falsification
FH Poletiek
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 49 (2), 447-462, 1996
501996
Effects of grammar complexity on artificial grammar learning
E Van Den Bos, FH Poletiek
Memory & Cognition 36 (6), 1122-1131, 2008
352008
Implicit learning of a recursive rule in an artificial grammar
FH Poletiek
Acta Psychologica 111 (3), 323-335, 2002
292002
Structural selection in implicit learning of artificial grammars
E Van den Bos, FH Poletiek
Psychological Research PRPF 74 (2), 138-151, 2010
252010
The effects of unexpected questions on detecting familiar and unfamiliar lies
L Warmelink, A Vrij, S Mann, S Leal, FH Poletiek
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 20 (1), 29-35, 2013
232013
Stimulus set size and statistical coverage of the grammar in artificial grammar learning
FH Poletiek, TJP van Schijndel
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (6), 1058-1064, 2009
182009
Hypothesis testing as risk behaviour with regard to beliefs
FH Poletiek, M Berndsen
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 13 (1), 107-123, 2000
172000
The neuromodulatory and hormonal effects of transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation as evidenced by salivary alpha amylase, salivary cortisol, pupil diameter, and the P3 event …
CM Warren, KD Tona, L Ouwerkerk, J Van Paridon, F Poletiek, ...
Brain stimulation 12 (3), 635-642, 2019
152019
What in the world makes recursion so easy to learn? A statistical account of the staged input effect on learning a center-embedded structure in artificial grammar learning (AGL)
F Poletiek
Biolinguistics 5 (1-2), 036-042, 2011
152011
How psychiatrists and judges assess the dangerousness of persons with mental illness: An ‘expertise bias’
FH Poletiek
Behavioral sciences & the law 20 (1‐2), 19-29, 2002
152002
How “small” is “starting small” for learning hierarchical centre-embedded structures?
J Lai, FH Poletiek
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (4), 423-435, 2013
132013
Short Article: What is Learned about Fragments in Artificial Grammar Learning? A Transitional Probabilities Approach
FH Poletiek, G Wolters
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (5), 868-876, 2009
132009
What baboons can (not) tell us about natural language grammars
FH Poletiek, H Fitz, BR Bocanegra
Cognition 151, 108-112, 2016
102016
How semantic biases in simple adjacencies affect learning a complex structure with non-adjacencies in AGL: a statistical account
FH Poletiek, J Lai
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
102012
Grammar induction profits from representative stimulus sampling
FH Poletiek, N Chater
Proceedings of the 28th annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2006
102006
Learning simple and complex artificial grammars in the presence of a semantic reference field: effects on performance and awareness
E Van den Bos, FH Poletiek
Frontiers in psychology 6, 158, 2015
92015
Intentional artificial grammar learning: When does it work?
E van den Bos, FH Poletiek
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 20 (4), 793-806, 2008
92008
Learning recursion in an artificial grammar learning task
FH Poletiek
Acta Psychologica 111, 323-335, 2002
92002
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