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    Which is to blame: Instrumental rationality, or common knowledge?
    with Jun Zhang
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (2): 166-167. 2003.
    Normative analysis in game-theoretic situations requires assumptions regarding players' expectations about their opponents. Although the assumptions entailed by the principle of common knowledge are often violated, available empirical evidence – including focal point selection and violations of backward induction – may still be explained by instrumentally rational agents operating under certain mental models of their opponents.
  •  22
    Mega Screens for Mega Cities
    with Nikos Papastergiadis, Scott McQuire, Xin Gu, Amelia Barikin, Ross Gibson, Audrey Yue, Sun Jung, Cecelia Cmielewski, and Soh Yeong Roh
    Theory, Culture and Society 30 (7-8): 325-341. 2013.
    This article considers how networked large urban screens can act as a platform for the creation of an experimental transnational public sphere. It takes as a case study a specific Australia-Korea cultural event that linked large screens in Federation Square, Melbourne, and Tomorrow City, Incheon,1through the presentation of SMS-based interactive media art works. The article combines theoretical analyses of global citizenship, mobility, digital technologies, and networked public space with empiri…Read more
  •  18
    The effects of relational structure on analogical learning
    with Daniel Corral
    Cognition 132 (3): 280-300. 2014.
  •  17
    Unfalsifiability and mutual translatability of major modeling schemes for choice reaction time
    with Ehtibar N. Dzhafarov
    Psychological Review 121 (1): 1-32. 2014.
  •  17
    Stepwise versus globally optimal search in children and adults
    with Björn Meder, Jonathan D. Nelson, and Azzurra Ruggeri
    Cognition 191 (C): 103965. 2019.
  •  15
    Benevolence in New-age Businesses of Developing Economies: Some Conclusions from The Information Technology Companies/Sector of India
    with Umashankar Venkatesh and Anirban Chaudhuri
    Journal of Human Values 27 (1): 49-59. 2020.
    The article evaluates how knowledge workers in new-age businesses in developing economies conceptualize and practise acts of individual social responsibility vis-à-vis the corporate social responsibility endeavours of the companies for which they work. The study aims to differentiate between the values that drive ISR and CSR in such organizations. On one hand, the study targets young information technology professionals between the ages of 25 and 35 years exploring the individual motivations for…Read more
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    Predicting information needs: Adaptive display in dynamic environments
    with Bradley C. Love, Marc T. Tomlinson, and Michael Howe
    In B. C. Love, K. McRae & V. M. Sloutsky (eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society., Cognitive Science Society. 2008.
  •  5
    Corporate Social Responsibility as an Antecedent of Brand Valuation
    with Umashankar Venkatesh and Anirban Chaudhuri
    In Nayan Mitra & René Schmidpeter (eds.), Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence From India, Springer Verlag. pp. 175-198. 2019.
    This chapter looks at the evolution of CorporateSocial responsibility in the Indian context and explores the conceptualization of Brand Valuation in an attempt to correlate the two. The chapter looks at the pre and post-mandate era of CorporateSocial responsibility as practiced in India and identifies how and why the regulator’s outlook changed over time. The chapter deduces the implications of CorporateSocial responsibility for brands and branding as a managerial process and what constitutes Re…Read more
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    The Role of Similarity in Generalization
    with Bradley C. Love and W. Todd Maddox
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    Grow your own representations: Computational constructivism
    with Joseph Austerweil, Thomas Griffiths, Todd Gureckis, Robert Goldstone, and Kevin Canini
  • The Structure of Integral Dimensions
    with Robert L. Goldstone