Diffusion (and related) Models

Organizer: Andreas Voss

Date & time: 22 & 23 September (11:00 a.m. – 02:00 p.m.)
Location: Kloster Neustadt (Waldstraße 145, 67434 Neustadt an der Weinstraße)


Franziska Henrich: The 7-parameter diffusion model

Tuba Hato: Investigating Model Misspecification of Lévy Flights

Lasse Elsemüller: Comparing Bayesian Hierarchical Evidence Accumulation Models with BayesFlow

Lukas Schumacher: A Tutorial to Bayesian Estimation of Non-Stationary Cognitive Models

Julia Liss: It's just noise... or is it? The psychological meaning of the stability parameter of the Lévy flight model

Chris Donkin (LMU Munich): Keynote: Getting rid of Bias in Decision Making

Shanqing Gao: Predictions influence scene gist recognition? A diffusion model analysis

Paul Kelber: Modeling temporal-order judgment in an evidence-accumulation framework: An outlook

Parker Smith: The Nonlinear Extension of DMC: Accomodating Neutral Condition Behavior in Models of Cognitive Control

Andrea Kiesel: Presentation of Katja Pollak's dissertation project

Mischa von Krause: A multiverse analysis of the relationship between decision process model parameters and age

Modeling Heterogeneity of Response Processes

External Guest: Holger Brandt (University of Tübingen)

Date & time: 13 March 2023 (10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.)
Location: Campus Mannheim (B6, 30–32, Room 108 – Computer Lab)


Kilian Hasselhorn: The effects of questionnaire length on response styles in ambulatory assessment

Emre Alagöz: Modeling within- and between-person heterogeneity in response strategies

Steven Bißantz: Do common scale modifications affect direct replications? A cross-disciplinary multi-sample replication experiment

Marcel Schmitt: Exploring within-person and between-person variability in qualitative emotional granularity with mixture latent Markov factor analysis

Viola Merhof: Modeling dynamic response strategy changes in survey responding