Timothy L. Mullett
Timothy L. Mullett
Associate Professor, Behavioural Science Group, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Eye movements in strategic choice
N Stewart, S Gächter, T Noguchi, TL Mullett
Journal of behavioral decision making 29 (2-3), 137-156, 2016
132*2016
Implications of visual attention phenomena for models of preferential choice
TL Mullett, N Stewart
Decision, 2016
332016
Responses to irrational actions in action observation and mentalising networks of the human brain
LE Marsh, TL Mullett, D Ropar, AFC Hamilton
NeuroImage 103, 81-90, 2014
242014
Value representations by rank order in a distributed network of varying context dependency
TL Mullett, RJ Tunney
Brain and cognition 82 (1), 76-83, 2013
232013
The dynamics of deferred decision
S Bhatia, TL Mullett
Cognitive Psychology 86, 112-151, 2016
222016
A meta-analysis of loss aversion in risky contexts
L Walasek, TL Mullett, N Stewart
Available at SSRN 3189088, 2018
142018
Similarity and decision time in preferential choice
S Bhatia, TL Mullett
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (6), 1276-1280, 2018
132018
Individual-level analyses of the impact of parasite stress on personality: reduced openness only for older individuals
TL Mullett, GDA Brown, CL Fincher, M Kosinski, D Stillwell
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 46 (1), 79-93, 2020
92020
Reexamining how utility and weighting functions get their shapes: A quasi-adversarial collaboration providing a new interpretation
D Alempaki, E Canic, TL Mullett, WJ Skylark, C Starmer, N Stewart, ...
Management Science 65 (10), 4841-4862, 2019
92019
On the futility of estimating utility functions: Why the parameters we measure are wrong, and why they do not generalize
N Stewart, E Canic, TL Mullett
PsyArXiv, 2019
72019
Cooperation in Public Goods Games Predicts Behavior in Incentive‐Matched Binary Dilemmas: Evidence for Stable Prosociality
TL Mullett, RL McDonald, GDA Brown
Economic Inquiry 58 (1), 67-85, 2020
52020
Does the butcher-on-the-bus phenomenon require a dual-process explanation? A signal detection analysis
RJ Tunney, TL Mullett, A Gardner, C Moross
Frontiers in psychology 3, 208, 2012
52012
Accumulation is late and brief in preferential choice
C Edmunds, D Bose, C Camerer, TL Mullett, N Stewart
PsyArXiv, 2020
42020
A zero attraction effect in naturalistic choice.
A Trendl, N Stewart, TL Mullett
Decision 8 (1), 55, 2021
22021
Understanding the composite dimensions of the EQ-5D: An experimental approach
R McDonald, TL Mullett, A Tsuchiya
Social Science & Medicine 265, 113323, 2020
12020
The role of alcohol in the link between national football (soccer) tournaments and domestic abuse-Evidence from England
A Trendl, N Stewart, TL Mullett
Social Science & Medicine 268, 113457, 2021
2021
Loss aversion does disappear and reverse, although estimates of lambda (λ) are not reliable: Reply to André and De Langhe
L Walasek, TL Mullett, N Stewart
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Experimental Tests of the Robustness of Health Decisions Using the EQ-5D
R McDonald, TL Mullett
Available at SSRN 3568488, 2020
2020
PROCESS TRACING, SAMPLING, AND DRIFT RATE CONSTRUCTION
N Stewart, TL Mullett
A Handbook of Process Tracing Methods, 326, 2019
2019
Blackbird’s alarm call or nightingale’s lullaby? The effect of tweet risk warnings on attractiveness, search, and understanding
TL Mullett, L Smart, N Stewart
Financial Conduct Authority Occasional Paper Series 47, 2018
2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20