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2015
Grange, JA, Juvina I.  2015.  The effect of practice on n–2 repetition costs in set switching. Acta Psychologica. 154:14-25.grange2015actapsychologica.pdf
2014
Juvina, I, Lebiere C, Gonzalez C.  2014.  Modeling trust dynamics in strategic interaction. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. juvina2014_jarmac.pdf
2013
Martin, JM, Gonzalez C, Juvina I, Lebiere C.  2013.  A Description-Experience Gap in Social Interactions: Information about Interdependence and Its Effects on Cooperation. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making.
Grange, JA, Juvina I, Houghton G.  2013.  On Costs and Benefits of n–2 Repetitions in Task Switching: Toward a Behavioural Marker of Cognitive Inhibition. Psychological Research. 77(2):211-222.
Juvina, I, Saleem M, Martin JM, Gonzalez C, Lebiere C.  2013.  Reciprocal trust mediates deep transfer of learning between games of strategic interaction. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 120(2):206-215.
2012
Juvina, I, Lebiere C, Gonzalez C, Saleem M.  2012.  Generalization of learning in games of strategic interaction. CogSci. , Sapporo, Japan: Cognitive Science Society
2011
Juvina, I.  2011.  Cognitive Control: Componential and yet emergent. Topics in Cognitive Sciences. 3(2):242-246.
Juvina, I, Lebiere C, Martin JM, Gonzalez C.  2011.  Intergroup Prisoner’s Dilemma with Intragroup Power Dynamics. Games. 2(1):21-51.
2009
Juvina, I, Taatgen NA.  2009.  A repetition-suppression account of between-trial effects in a modified Stroop paradigm. Acta Psychologica. 131(1):72-84.
Taatgen, NA, Juvina I, Schipper M, Borst J, Martens S.  2009.  Too much control can hurt: A threaded cognition model of the attentional blink. Cognitive Psychology. 59:1-29.
2008
Juvina, I, van Oostendorp H.  2008.  Modeling semantic and structural knowledge in Web navigation. Discourse Processes. 45(4):346-364.
2007
Juvina, I, Taatgen NA.  2007.  Modeling control strategies in the N-Back task. International Conference on Cognitive Modeling. :73-78., Ann Arbor, Michigan: Psychology Press