Miguel A. Vadillo
TitleCited byYear
Justify your alpha: A response to “Redefine statistical significance”
D Lakens, FG Adolfi, C Albers, F Anvari, MAJ Apps, SE Argamon, ...
Nature Human Behavior 2, 168-171, 2018
Underpowered samples, false negatives, and unconscious learning
MA Vadillo, E Konstantinidis, DR Shanks
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 87-102, 2016
Predictions and causal estimations are not supported by the same associative structure
MA Vadillo, H Matute
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 60 (3), 433-447, 2007
Illusions of causality at the heart of pseudoscience
H Matute, I Yarritu, MA Vadillo
British Journal of Psychology 102 (3), 392-405, 2011
Romance, risk, and replication: Can consumer choices and risk-taking be primed by mating motives?
DR Shanks, MA Vadillo, B Riedel, A Clymo, S Govind, N Hickin, ...
Journal of experimental psychology. General 144, e142-e158, 2015
The bitter truth about sugar and willpower: The limited evidential value of the glucose model of ego depletion
M Vadillo, N Gold, M Osman
Psychological Science 27, 1207-1214, 2016
Learned predictiveness influences rapid attentional capture: Evidence from the dot probe task
ME Le Pelley, M Vadillo, D Luque
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2013
Making the uncontrollable seem controllable: The role of action in the illusion of control
F Blanco, H Matute, MA Vadillo
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (7), 1290-1304, 2011
Illusion of control: The role of personal involvement
I Yarritu, H Matute, MA Vadillo
Experimental Psychology 61, 38-47, 2014
Neuromyths in education: Prevalence among Spanish teachers and an exploration of cross-cultural variation
M Ferrero, P Garaizar, MA Vadillo
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 496, 2016
Causal and predictive-value judgments, but not predictions, are based on cue-outcome contingency
MA Vadillo, RR Miller, H Matute
Learning & Behavior 33 (2), 172-183, 2005
Illusions of causality: How they bias our everyday thinking and how they could be reduced
H Matute, F Blanco, I Yarritu, M Díaz-Lago, MA Vadillo, I Barberia
Frontiers in psychology 6, 888, 2015
The psychological science accelerator: Advancing psychology through a distributed collaborative network
H Moshontz, L Campbell, CR Ebersole, H IJzerman, HL Urry, PS Forscher, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (4), 501-515, 2018
Illusion of control in Internet users and college students
H Matute, MA Vadillo, S Vegas, F Blanco
CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (2), 176-181, 2006
Depressive realism: Wiser or quieter?
F Blanco, H Matute, MA Vadillo
The Psychological Record 59 (4), 551-562, 2009
Researching mental health disorders in the era of social media: Systematic review
A Wongkoblap, MA Vadillo, V Curcin
Journal of Medical Internet Research 19 (6), 2017
Interactive effects of the probability of the cue and the probability of the outcome on the overestimation of null contingency
F Blanco, H Matute, MA Vadillo
Learning & Behavior 41 (4), 333-340, 2013
The procedural learning deficit hypothesis of language learning disorders: we see some problems
G West, MA Vadillo, DR Shanks, C Hulme
Developmental science 21 (2), e12552, 2018
The internet as a research tool in the study of associative learning: An example from overshadowing
MA Vadillo, R Bárcena, H Matute
Behavioural processes 73 (1), 36-40, 2006
Measuring software timing errors in the presentation of visual stimuli in cognitive neuroscience experiments
P Garaizar, MA Vadillo, D López-de-Ipiña, H Matute
PloS one 9 (1), e85108, 2014
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