Ulrike Hahn carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Immunology and Immunogen. By researching both Immunogen and Immunology, Ulrike Hahn produces research that crosses academic boundaries. By researching both Biochemistry and Molecular biology, she produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Molecular biology and Gene in her work. Ulrike Hahn undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Gene and Protein subunit in her work. Protein subunit and Amino acid are two areas of study in which Ulrike Hahn engages in interdisciplinary research. She performs multidisciplinary study in Amino acid and Stereochemistry in her work. She performs integrative study on Stereochemistry and Organic chemistry. She merges Organic chemistry with Residue (chemistry) in her research.
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Determinants of wordlikeness: Phonotactics or lexical neighborhoods?
Todd M. Bailey;Ulrike Hahn.
Journal of Memory and Language (2001)
Moral heuristics. Commentaries. Author's reply
Cass R. Sunstein;Matthew D. Adler;Christopher J. Anderson;Elizabeth Anderson.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (2005)
Self-interest and pro-environmental behaviour
Laurel Evans;Laurel Evans;Gregory Richard Maio;Adam J. Corner;Carl J. Hodgetts.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
The Rationality of Informal Argumentation: A Bayesian Approach to Reasoning Fallacies
Ulrike Hahn;Michael Robert Oaksford.
Psychological Review (2007)
Similarity as transformation.
Ulrike Hahn;Nick Chater;Lucy Brenda Clare Richardson.
Concepts and Similarity
Ulrike Hahn;N. Chater.
Similarity and rules : distinct? exhaustive? empirically distinguishable?
Ulrike Hahn;Nick Chater.
Unrealistic optimism about future life events: a cautionary note.
Adam J. L. Harris;Ulrike Hahn.
Psychological Review (2011)
German inflection: single route or dual route?
Ulrike Hahn;Ramin Charles Nakisa.
Cognitive Psychology (2000)
Perceptions of Randomness: Why Three Heads Are Better than Four.
Ulrike Hahn;Paul Antony Warren.
Psychological Review (2009)
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