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Publications:  Dr Anne Hsu

Harris AJL, Hahn U, Madsen JK et al. (2016) . The Appeal to Expert Opinion: Quantitative Support for a Bayesian Network Approach.Cogn Sci vol. 40, (6) 1496-1533.
Griffiths TL, Abbott J, HSU A (2016) . Exploring human cognition using large image databases.Topics in Cognitive Science vol. 8, (3) 569-588.
HSU A, Griffiths TL (2016) . Sampling Assumptions Affect Use of Indirect Negative Evidence in Language Learning.PLoS One
Fenton N, Lagnado D, Hsu A et al. (2014) . Response to "on the use of the likelihood ratio for forensic evaluation: response to Fenton et al.".Sci Justice vol. 54, (4) 319-320.
Hsu A, Blandford A (2014) . Designing for psychological change: individuals' reward and cost valuations in weight management.J Med Internet Res vol. 16, (6)
Hsu AS, Vlaev I (2014) . Monetary cost for time spent in everyday physical activities.Soc Sci Med vol. 108, 74-80.
HSU A, Chater N, Vitanyi P (2011) . The probabilistic analysis of language acquisition: Theoretical, computational, and experimental analysis.Cognition vol. 120, (3) 380-390.
HSU A, Griffiths T, Schreiber E (2010) . Subjective randomness and natural scene statistics.Psychonomic Bulletin & Review vol. 17, (5) 624-629.
HSU A, Chater N (2010) . The logical problem of language acquisition goes probabilistic: No negative evidence as a window on language acquisition.Cognitive Science vol. 34, 972-1016.
HSU A, Griffiths T (2009) . Differential Use of Implicit Negative Evidence in Generative and Discriminative Language Learning. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems. Conference: Neural Information Processing Systems (Vancouver) from: 2009 vol. 22,
HSU A, Yilmaz J, Haque MD et al.. Persuasive technology for overcoming food cravings and improving snack choices.Proceedings of CHI, 2014
Williams J, Kim J, Hsu A et al.. Revising Learner Misconceptions Without Feedback: Prompting for Reflection on Anomalous Facts.PROCEEDINGS OF CHI 2016
HSU A, Horng A, Griffiths T et al.. When absence of evidence is evidence of absence: Rational inferences from absent data.Cognitive Science
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