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Prof Simon Farrell

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Email: simon.farrell@uwa.edu.au  Home Page


I am an Australian Research Council Future Fellow at the University of Western Australia. My research combines experiments with computational modelling to understand human memory, and how memory is used to plan, evaluate, and make decisions. My current projects focus on how we sample from memory to create novel events; how we learn about regularities in the world; how of reward and uncertainty shape memory; and how small groups make decisions in the face of uncertainty.


Publications

Mason, A., Ludwig, C., Farrell, S. 2017, 'Adaptive scaling of reward in episodic memory: a replication study', QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 70, pp. 2306-2318. Detail

Mason, A., Farrell, S., Howard-Jones, P., Ludwig, C. 2017, 'The role of reward and reward uncertainty in episodic memory" in the journal', JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE,  Detail

Mason, A., Farrell, S., Howard-Jones, P., Ludwig, C. 2017, 'The role of reward and reward uncertainty in episodic memory', JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE, 96, pp. 62-77. Detail

Oberauer, K., Farrell, S., Jarrold, C., Lewandowsky, S. 2016, 'What limits working memory capacity?', Psychological Bulletin, 142, 7, pp. 758-799. Detail

Ballard, T., Yeo, G., Neal, A., Farrell, S. 2016, 'Departures from optimality when pursuing multiple approach or avoidance goals', Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 7, pp. 1056-1066. Detail


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Grants

Professor Simon Farrell, Professor Gordon Brown, Professor Geoff Ward, Dr Mark Hurlstone 2015, 'Developing a integrated memory-based model of evaluation and choice', ARC Discovery Projects.

Professor Simon Farrell 2013, 'The role of episodic memory in imagining and planning for the future', ARC Future Fellowships.





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