Maarten Speekenbrink

University College London, London, United Kingdom 
learning, decision making, reinforcement learning, cognitive models, mathematical psychology
"Maarten Speekenbrink"


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Johan Hoogstraten grad student 2000-2005 Amsterdam
Pieter Koele grad student 2000-2005 Amsterdam
Jaap van Heerden grad student 2000-2005 Amsterdam
David Shanks post-doc 2005-2008 UCL


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Eric Schulz grad student 2014-2017 UCL
Hannah Tickle grad student 2013-2018 UCL
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Wu CM, Schulz E, Pleskac TJ, et al. (2022) Time pressure changes how people explore and respond to uncertainty. Scientific Reports. 12: 4122
Tickle H, Tsetsos K, Speekenbrink M, et al. (2021) Human optional stopping in a heteroscedastic world. Psychological Review
Wu CM, Schulz E, Speekenbrink M, et al. (2020) Author Correction: Generalization guides human exploration in vast decision spaces. Nature Human Behaviour
Stojić H, Schulz E, P Analytis P, et al. (2020) It's new, but is it good? How generalization and uncertainty guide the exploration of novel options. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 149: 1878-1907
Stojić H, Orquin JL, Dayan P, et al. (2020) Uncertainty in learning, choice, and visual fixation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Harris AJL, Sildmäe O, Speekenbrink M, et al. (2019) The potential power of experience in communications of expert consensus levels Journal of Risk Research. 22: 593-609
Wu CM, Schulz E, Speekenbrink M, et al. (2018) Generalization guides human exploration in vast decision spaces. Nature Human Behaviour. 2: 915-924
Schulz E, Wu CM, Huys QJM, et al. (2018) Generalization and Search in Risky Environments. Cognitive Science
Schulz E, Speekenbrink M, Krause A. (2018) A tutorial on Gaussian process regression: Modelling, exploring, and exploiting functions Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 85: 1-16
Schulz E, Tenenbaum JB, Duvenaud D, et al. (2017) Compositional inductive biases in function learning. Cognitive Psychology. 99: 44-79
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