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I am an Assistant Professor in the Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence department at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. My research focuses on understanding how people learn and make decisions by using traditional experimental techniques paired with computational models of behavior. I teach courses and supervise Master's students in both Data Science and Cognitive Science.

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Recent publications

  1. Phubbing behavior in conversations and its relation to perceived conv…

    Vanden Abeele, M. M. P., Hendrickson, A. T., Pollmann, M. M. H., & Ling, R. (2019). Phubbing behavior in conversations and its relation to perceived conversation intimacy and distraction: An exploratory observation study. Computers in Human Behavior, 100, 35-47.
  2. Cross-situational learning in a Zipfian environment

    Hendrickson, A. T., & Perfors, A. (2019). Cross-situational learning in a Zipfian environment. Cognition, 189, 11-22.
  3. Towards Replication in Computational Cognitive Modeling - A Machine L…

    Emmery, C., Kádár, Á., Wiltshire, T. J., & Hendrickson, A. T. (2019). Towards Replication in Computational Cognitive Modeling: A Machine Learning Perspective. Computational Brain & Behavior. ,
  4. Sample size, number of categories and sampling assumptions - Explorin…

    Hendrickson, A. T., Perfors, A., Navarro, D. J., & Ransom, K. (2019). Sample size, number of categories and sampling assumptions: Exploring some differences between categorization and generalization. Cognitive Psychology, 111, 80-102.
  5. Do Additional Features Help or Hurt Category Learning? - The Curse of…

    Vong, W. K., Hendrickson, A. T., Navarro, D. J., & Perfors, A. (2019). Do Additional Features Help or Hurt Category Learning? The Curse of Dimensionality in Human Learners. Cognitive Science, 43(3), e12724. [12724].

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