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PhD Psychology (Cognitive), University of Minnesota 1995
MS Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), University of Minnesota, 1991
BS Computer Science, University of Illinois, 1984
Comparative approaches to the study of variability discrimination
Computational models of implicit learning and induction
Recent Publications :
Young ME, Sutherland S. (2009) The spatiotemporal distinctiveness of direct causation. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 16:729-735.
Young ME, Nguyen N. (2009) The problem of delayed causation in a video game: Constant, varied, and filled delays. Learning and Motivation 40:298-312.
Young ME, Clark MH, Goffus A, Hoane MR. (2009) Mixed effects modeling of Morris water maze data: Advantages and cautionary notes. Learning and Motivation 40:160-177.
Young ME, Racey D. (2009) Judgments of creativity as a function of visual stimulus variability. Empirical Studies of the Arts 27:91-109.
Young ME. (2008) Nonlinear judgment analysis: Comparing policy use by those who draft and those who coach. Psychology of Sport and Exercise 9:760-774.