A/PROF Daniel Little

A/PROF Daniel Little

Positions

Overview

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  • My research focuses on the computational modelling of the timing and accuracy of real-time complex decisions in categorization, concept learning, and recognition memory.

    My work in categorization develops and tests exemplar and rule-based models of processing time with a focus on differentiating serial, parallel, and coactive processing architectures.   

Affiliation

Member of

  • Psychonomics Society. Fellow 2011 -
  • Society for Mathematical Psychology. Member 2006 -

Publications

Selected publications

Research

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Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, The University of Western Australia 2009
  • BA, The University of Western Australia 2005

Awards and honors

  • R. Duncan Luce Best Paper Award 2015 - 2018, Society for Mathematical Psychology, 2018
  • Teaching Excellence Award: Undergraduate Teaching, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, 2014
  • Jean Rogerson Supplementary Scholarsihp, UWA, 2005
  • Australian Postgraduate Scholarsihp Award, Australian Postgraduate Scholarsihp Award, 2005
  • H. L. Fowler Award, UWA School of Psychology, 2004

Supervision

Available for supervision

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