Conferences and presentations
A process-tracing test of dual-process and pragmatic accounts for processing verbal and numerical probabilities
European Group of Process Tracing Conference, European Group of Process Tracing Conference, Dresden, Germany, 11/7/2019
Low energy or 20% calories? How quantifier format moderates the framing effect.
Invited presentation, Decisions, Attitudes, Risk & Thinking (DART) Seminar series, London, United Kingdom, 2018
Eye-tracking evidence for differences in the processing of verbal or numerical quantified phrases.
European Group of Process Tracing Conference, Aarhus, Denmark, 2018
Quantifiers matter in attribute framing: Effects of magnitude and directionality.
ESCON Transfer of Knowledge Conference, Cologne, Germany, 2018
Consumer misinterpretations of verbal nutrition quantities.
British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 2018
The language of food quantities.
University of Essex Department of Psychology Research Seminar Series, Colchester, United Kingdom, 2018
Activity labels do not prime exercise more than calorie labels.
Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, London, United Kingdom, 2017
Intuitive words and analytical numbers: Decisions with GDAs
Summer Institute for Bounded Rationality, Berlin, Germany, 2017
Want to prime exercise? Calorie labels work better than activity ones!
Cognitive Science Society Annual Conference, London, United Kingdom, 2017
Verbal and numerical labels and the heuristics of food quantity decision.
26th Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference, Haifa, Israel, 2017
Framing our food: Does it matter if we use words or numbers?
University of Essex Ada Lovelace Day event, Colchester, United Kingdom, 2017
Do you like it better presented as activity or calories? It depends on the food.
Society for Judgment & Decision Making Annual Conference, Boston, United States, 2016