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RezBaz Brisbane Digital Tools Poster

Tweet Poster for Brisbane Research Bazaar at The University of Queensland, 7-9 February 2017.   Tweet

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A cognitive decision interface to optimise integrated weed management

Tweet A cognitive decision interface to optimise integrated weed management. 7th Asian-Australasian Conference on Precision Agriculture, Hamilton, New Zealand 16-18 October 2017. [.pdf] Kate Devitt*1, Tristan Perez 1 Debra Polson1 Tamara Pearce1 Ryan Quagliata1 Wade Taylor1 Jenine Beekhuyzen1 David Thornby2  1 Queensland University of

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Imagining Decisions: Likelihood and Risk Assessment in Counterfactual and Future Thinking

Tweet **Accepted for Poster presentation** Conference: Annual Conference for the Society for Judgment and Decision Making 2016 Title: Imagining Decisions: Likelihood and Risk Assessment in Counterfactual and Future thinking Abstract: Imaginative thinking is a way to try and mitigate against cognitive

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International Conference on Thinking 2016

Tweet Devitt, S.K., Pearce, T.R., Perez, T. & Bruza, P. (2016). Mitigating against cognitive bias when eliciting expert intuitions. International Conference on Thinking. Brown University, Providence RI, 4-6 Aug. [.pdf handout] Abstract: Experts are increasingly being called upon to build decision

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Bayes on the Beach 2015

Tweet I’m heading to the Gold Coast December 7-9 for Bayes on the Beach Can coherence solve prior probabilities for Bayesianism? Coherence between propositions promises to fix the vexing circumstance of prior probabilities for subjective Bayesians. This paper examines the

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Australasian Cognitive Science Conference

Tweet   My paper has been accepted as a paper for the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science’s conference. TITLE:  Defending confirmational chorism against holism: Limited coherence and coordination as sources of epistemic justification.     KEYWORDS: coherence, coordination, epistemology ABSTRACT:This

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Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 2014

Tweet   Title:  Can reliabilism explain how conscious reflection justifies beliefs? Abstract: This poster addresses the justificatory role of conscious reflection within a naturalized, reliabilist epistemology. Reliabilism is the view that implicit, mechanistic (System 1) processes can justify beliefs, e.g. perceptual

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S. Kate Devitt


Research Associate, Institute for Future Environments and the Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology