His main research concerns Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Task, Categorization and Heuristics. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Sampling, Sampling bias, Description-experience gap, Rare events and Heuristic. His work on Subliminal stimuli as part of general Cognitive psychology research is frequently linked to Deliberation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research integrates issues of Period, Recognition heuristic, Categorical variable, Ecological rationality and Fluency in his study of Task. His Categorization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Concept learning, Probabilistic logic, Implicit learning and Regression. As a part of the same scientific family, Ben R. Newell mostly works in the field of Heuristics, focusing on Bounded rationality and, on occasion, Empirical research.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Task, Actuarial science and Econometrics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Social psychology, Outcome are connected with Sample and Sampling and other disciplines. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Categorization, Implicit learning and Perception.
His Task course of study focuses on Artificial intelligence and Heuristics and Natural language processing. He focuses mostly in the field of Actuarial science, narrowing it down to matters related to Investment and, in some cases, Turnover. His study in Econometrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bayesian probability and Function.
His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Task, PsycINFO, Outcome and Social psychology. Ben R. Newell works on Cognitive psychology which deals in particular with Concept learning. His Concept learning research includes elements of Categorization and Testimonial.
His Task study incorporates themes from Applied psychology, Proactivity and Action. His studies deal with areas such as Description-experience gap, Sampling, Sample and Mechanism as well as Outcome. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Structural equation modeling and Preference.
Ben R. Newell mostly deals with Cognitive psychology, Concept learning, Rare events, Outcome and PsycINFO. The study incorporates disciplines such as Metacognition and Task in addition to Cognitive psychology. The various areas that Ben R. Newell examines in his Task study include Sampling, Sample and Perception.
Ben R. Newell interconnects Categorization and Testimonial in the investigation of issues within Concept learning. His Rare events research incorporates themes from Event, Actuarial science, Interpretation, Unpacking and Incentive. His studies in Outcome integrate themes in fields like Description-experience gap, Cumulative prospect theory, Juncture and Mechanism.
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Unconscious influences on decision making: a critical review.
Ben R. Newell;David R. Shanks.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2014)
Personal experience and the ‘psychological distance’ of climate change: An integrative review
Rachel I. McDonald;Rachel I. McDonald;Hui Yi Chai;Ben R. Newell.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2015)
Take the best or look at the rest? Factors influencing "one-reason" decision making.
Ben R. Newell;David R. Shanks.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (2003)
Universal aesthetic of fractals
Branka Spehar;Colin W.G. Clifford;Ben R. Newell;Richard P. Taylor.
Computers & Graphics (2003)
Empirical tests of a fast-and-frugal heuristic: Not everyone "takes-the-best"
Ben R Newell;Nicola J Weston;David R Shanks.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (2003)
The average laboratory samples a population of 7,300 Amazon Mechanical Turk workers.
Neil Stewart;Christoph Ungemach;Adam J. L. Harris;Daniel M. Bartels.
Judgment and Decision Making (2015)
Priming Intelligent Behavior: An Elusive Phenomenon
David R. Shanks;Ben R. Newell;Eun Hee Lee;Divya Balakrishnan.
PLOS ONE (2013)
Degrees of uncertainty: An overview and framework for future research on experience-based choice
Tim Rakow;Ben R. Newell.
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (2010)
Re-visions of rationality?
Ben R. Newell.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2005)
Unpacking the exploration–exploitation tradeoff: A synthesis of human and animal literatures.
Sabine Mehlhorn;Ben R Newell;Peter M Todd;Michael D Lee.
Invitational Choice Symposium, 9th, Jun, 2013, Huis ter Duin, Netherlands; The ideas in this article originated from discussions in a workshop entitled Predicting Choice from Exploration, organized by Cleotilde Gonzalez and Katja Mehlhorn at the aforementioned conference. (2015)
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