Decide Lab
Cognitive Science and Decision-Making Research with Professor Mario Fifić

The lab makes public presentations of their work at conferences around the world. Professor Fific has been invited to give talks at many institutions on various occasions. This list is not comprehensive, but includes some recordings and presentation materials.

The Modal Research Design for SFT Application in Face Perception: Conjunctive/Disjunctive-rule Stimulus Structures (AND/OR) & a Novel Signature of Holistic Face Perception: “Snake Wiggle”

Fific M., Little D. (2014). The Modal Research Design for SFT Application in Face Perception: Conjunctive/Disjunctive-rule Stimulus Structures (AND/OR) & a Novel Signature of Holistic Face Perception: “Snake Wiggle”. Theory and Methodology in Configural Perception, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.

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Identification of Mental Architectures in Face Perception Using the Systems Factorial Technology

Fific M., Townsend J. (2014). Identification of Mental Architectures in Face Perception Using the Systems Factorial Technology. Theory and Methodology in Configural Perception, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.

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A Processing Ghost in a Tank Machine

Fific M., (2014). A Processing Ghost in a Tank Machine, Invited Talk , Midwestern Cognitive Science Conference, May 2014

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Fific M., (2013). A Processing Ghost in a Tank Machine, Invited Talk , Air Force Research Laboratory, Cognitive Lunch Brown Bag, November, 2013, Dayton Ohio.

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Stopping Rule Selection (SRS) Theory Applied to Deferred Decision Making

Fific M., & Buckmann M. (2013). Stopping Rule Selection (SRS) Theory Applied to Deferred Decision Making. Talk presented at the 2013 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto Canada, November 14-17.

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Comparative Decision Making: From Playgrounds to CEOS

Yazbec, A., Rydecki, K. & Fific, M., (2013). Comparative Decision Making: From Playgrounds to CEOS. Poster presented at the 2013 Society Judgment and Decision Making Annual Meeting, Toronto Canada, November 14-17.

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To Buy or Not to Buy? That is the Question

Rydecki, K.,Yazbec, A. & Fific, M., (2013). To Buy or Not to Buy? That is the Question. Poster presented at the 2013 Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto Canada, November 14-17.

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Stopping Rule Selection (SRS) Theory Applied to Deferred Decision Making

Fific M., & Buckmann M. (2013). Stopping Rule Selection (SRS) Theory Applied to Deferred Decision Making. Poster presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Berlin Germany.

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A Snake Wiggle of Reaction Time Functions to Indicate Holistic Perception

Fific M., & Little D. (2013). A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception. European Conference on Visual Perception, Belgrade, Serbia.

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Fific M., & Little D. (2013). A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception. Presentation at 46th Annual Meeting of the Society of Mathematical Psychology, Potsdam, Germany.

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Fific M., (2013). A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception. Presentation at Midwest Cognitive Science Conference, Ohio State University.

Fific M., (2012). CPC 2012 University in Minneapolis. A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception. poster

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Fific M., (2011). A snake wiggle of reaction time functions to indicate holistic perception, Poster 53th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN.

The Rosetta Stone for Cognitive and Decision Strategies

Fific M., & Rieskamp J., (2012). Society for Judgment and Decision Making The 2012 33rd Annual Conference Minneapolis, MN, The Rosetta stone for cognitive and decision strategies.

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Fific M., & Rieskamp J., (2012). Max Planck Workshop on testing theories of choice, Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Germany ”The Rosetta Stone for Cognitive and Decision Strategies”, poster.

A Response Time Methodology For Testing Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Decision Strategies

Fific M., & Rieskamp J., (2012) Midwest Cognitive Science Conference, Bloomington Indiana, “A Response Time Methodology For Testing Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Decision Strategies”.

The Stopping-Rule Selection Theory (SRST) For Evidence Collection: How To Throw a Cast Net

Fific M., (2012) April, Invited talk Michigan State University “The Stopping-Rule Selection Theory (SRST) For Evidence Collection: How To Throw a Cast Net”.