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Bayesian Agent-Based Population Studies

Posted 2021-06-03 13:51:18 by

Psychonomics 2020On 19-22 November 2020, Toby Prike attended the 61st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, held virtually. Toby presented research from the second round of psychological experiments conducted as part of the Bayesian Agent-Based Population Studies project. This work examined the role of information source and different verbal descriptions of likelihood (e.g., likely vs. unlikely) on travel decisions, judgments of the likelihood of safely travelling, and decisions to share information with others. The presentation, along with all other presentations from the conference, can be accessed using the "Book event now" link above. It is free to register and view all of the presentations, however, you will be required to provide your name and contact details to gain access.

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