Items where Author is "Ball, LJ"

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Journal article

ANTONIETTI, A., STUPPLE, E.J.N., PITCHFORD, M., BALL, L.J., HUNT, T.E. and STEEL, R., 2017. Slower is not always better: response-time evidence clarifies the limited role of miserly information processing in the Cognitive Reflection Test. PLOS ONE, 12 (11): e0186404. ISSN 1932-6203

LUCAS, E.J. and BALL, L.J., 2007. Think aloud protocols and the Wason selection task: Evidence for relevance and rationalisation effects. Thinking and Reasoning.

LUCAS, E.J. and BALL, L.J., 2005. Think-aloud protocols and the selection task: Evidence for relevance effects and rationalisation processes. Thinking and Reasoning, 11 (1), pp. 35-66. ISSN 1354-6783

BALL, L.J., LUCAS, E.M., MILES, J.N.V. and GALE, A., 2003. Inspection times and the selection task: what eye-movements reveal about relevance effects. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56, pp. 1053-1077. ISSN 1747-0218

Conference contribution

LUCAS, E.J. and BALL, L.J., 2004. Inspection-time effects in abstract and thematic versions of the selection task using a rule-separation paradigm. In: The Fifth International Conference on Thinking, University of Leuven, Belgium.

BALL, L.J. and LUCAS, E.J., 2004. Relevance effects and rationalization processes in the selection task: evidence from think-aloud protocols. In: Fifth International Conference on Thinking, Lueven, Belgium, 2004, Lueven, Belgium.

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