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Gaelle Villejoubert

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Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Uncertainty judgment, decision-making, risk
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http://gvweb.psylone.com/index.php
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David R. Mandel grad student 1998-2001
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Abadie M, Villejoubert G, Waroquier L, et al. (2013) The interplay between presentation material and decision mode for complex choice preferences Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 25: 682-691
Juanchich M, Sirota M, Karelitz TM, et al. (2013) Can membership-functions capture the directionality of verbal probabilities? Thinking and Reasoning. 19: 231-247
Alison L, Almond L, Christiansen P, et al. (2012) When do we believe experts? The power of the unorthodox view. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 30: 729-48
Villejoubert G, Vallée-Tourangeau F. (2012) Relevance-driven information search in "pseudodiagnostic" reasoning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 65: 541-52
Villejoubert G, Vallée-Tourangeau F. (2011) Constructing preferences in the physical world: a distributed-cognition perspective on preferences and risky choices. Frontiers in Psychology. 2: 302
Martinez F, Le Floch V, Gaffié B, et al. (2011) Reports of wins and risk taking: an investigation of the mediating effect of the illusion of control. Journal of Gambling Studies / Co-Sponsored by the National Council On Problem Gambling and Institute For the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming. 27: 271-85
Vallée-Tourangeau F, Villejoubert G. (2011) Naturalising problem solving | La résolution de problème naturalisée Enfance. 2011: 93-116
Weller A, Villejoubert G, Vallée-Tourangeau F. (2011) Interactive insight problem solving Thinking and Reasoning. 17: 424-439
Villejoubert G, Almond L, Alison L. (2011) Interpreting claims in offender profiles: The role of probability phrases, base-rates and rerceived dangerousness Professionalizing Offender Profiling: Forensic and Investigative Psychology in Practice. 206-228
Juanchich M, Teigen KH, Villejoubert G. (2010) Is guilt 'likely' or 'not certain'? Contrast with previous probabilities determines choice of verbal terms. Acta Psychologica. 135: 267-77
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