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Maryam Tabatabaeian
Maryam Tabatabaeian
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Self-serving dishonest decisions can show facilitated cognitive dynamics
M Tabatabaeian, R Dale, ND Duran
Cognitive processing 16 (3), 291-300, 2015
332015
Interacting timescales in perspective-taking
R Dale, A Galati, C Alviar, PC Kallens, AG Ramirez-Aristizabal, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2018
252018
Seeing and believing: Social influences on language processing
DW Vinson, R Dale, M Tabatabaeian, ND Duran
Attention and vision in language processing, 197-213, 2015
102015
Beyond the Here and Now: Experimental Studies in How Action Dynamics Reflect Complex Cognitive Processes
M Tabatabaeian
UC Merced, 2017
12017
Is Dishonesty an Automatic Tendency?
M Tabatabaeian, R Dale, ND Duran
CogSci, 2013
12013
An action dynamics study of the onset of prediction.
M Tabatabaeian, R Dale
CogSci, 2016
2016
Real-world implementation of Newcomb's thought experiment, using mouse-tracking techniques.
M Tabatabaeian, S Pilkington, R Dale
CogSci, 2015
2015
Implicit Association in Mathematics and Science.
Y Chernykhovskaya, C Jennings, M Tabatabaeian
CogSci, 2015
2015
Facilitation in Dishonesty is Subject to Task Constraints
M Tabatabaeian, R Dale, N Duran
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 36 (36), 2014
2014
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