Current research at the lab addresses (1) cognitive models of simple, perceptual and complex, conceptual decisions, (2) information processes underlying judgmental biases, and (3) how digital technologies can aid everyday decision-making. The research topics include cognitive processes in implicit attitudes (IAT, Shooter Task), lie detection and skill development.
Mayerl, H., Alexandrowicz, R., & Gula, B. (2019). Modeling effects of newspaper articles on stereotype accessibility in the shooter task. Social Cognition, 37, 571–595.
Vaci, N., Cocic, D., Gula, B., & Bilalic, M. (2019). Large data and bayesian modeling – aging curves of NBA players. Behavior Research Methods, 51, 1544–1564.
Aydin, N., Gula, B., Albrecht, J., Obermeier, M., Lermer, E., & Pfundmair, M. (2019). Effects of a companion dog on associations of danger and threat with oriental-looking targets. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 439–446.
Lukács, G., Gula, B., Szegedi-Hallgató, E., & Csifcsák, G. (2017). Association-Based Concealed Information Test: A novel reaction time-based deception detection method. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 6, 283–294.
Koreimann, S., Gula, B., & Vitouch, O. (2014). Inattentional deafness in music. Psychological Research, 78, 304-312.
Raab, M., Gula, B., & Gigerenzer, G. (2012). The hot hand exists and is used for allocation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 81-94.
Felfernig, A., Friedrich, G., Gula, B., Hitz, M., Kruggel, T., Leitner, G., . . . Vitouch, O. (2007). Persuasive recommendation: Serial position effects in knowledge-based recommender systems. In Y. de Kort, W. IJsselsteijn, C. Midden, B. Eggen, & B. J. Fogg (Hrsg.), Persuasive technology.Lecture notes in computer science (S. 283–294). Berlin: Springer.