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Submissions from 2017

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People Learn Other People's Preferences through Inverse Decision-Making, Alan Jern, C.G. Lucas, and C. Kemp

Submissions from 2016

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Enough with the Spoiler Alerts! Plot Spoilers Often Increase Enjoyment, Alan Jern

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What HBO's Westworld Gets Wrong (and Right) About Human Nature, Alan Jern

Submissions from 2015

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Computational principles underlying people's behavior explanations, Alan Jern

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A Decision Network Account of Reasoning About Other People's Choices, Alan Jern and C. Kemp

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Computational Principles Underlying People's Behavior Explanations, Alan Jern and A.J. Piergiovanni

Submissions from 2014

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Reasoning about social choices and social relationships, Alan Jern

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Belief Polarization is Not Always Irrational, Alan Jern, K.K Chang, and C. Kemp

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A Taxonomy of Inductive Problems, Alan Jern and C. Kemp

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Reasoning About Social Choices and Social Relationships, Alan Jern and C. Kemp

Submissions from 2013

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A Probabilistic Account of Exemplar and Category Generation, Alan Jern and C. Kemp

Submissions from 2009

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A taxonomy of inductive problems, Alan Jern