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In Press

Hart, E., Avrahami, J., Kareev, Y., and Todd, P.M. (accepted). Investing even in uneven contests: Effects of asymmetry on investment in contests. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Hills, T.T., Todd, P.M., Lazer, D., Redish, A.D., Couzin, I.D., and the Cognitive Search Research Group (in press). Exploration versus exploitation in space, mind, and society. Trends in Cognitive Science.
Lorince, J., Joseph, K., and Todd, P.M. (accepted). Analysis of music tagging and listening patterns: Do tags really function as retrieval aids? In Proceedings of the 8th Annual Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction Conference (SBP15). Springer International Publishing.
Rozin, P., and Todd, P.M. (in press). The evolutionary psychology of food intake and food choice. In D.M. Buss (Ed.), The handbook of evolutionary psychology (2nd edition). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Todd, P.M., Hertwig, R., and Hoffrage, U. (in press). Evolutionary cognitive psychology. In D.M. Buss (Ed.), The handbook of evolutionary psychology (2nd edition). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Todd, P.M., Hills, T.T., and Hendrickson, A.T. (in press). Modeling reproductive decisions with simple heuristics. Demographic Research, Special Collection on “Theoretical Foundations of the Analysis of Fertility.”

In Preparation

Bruch, E., Hammond, R.A., and Todd, P.M. (submitted). Coevolution of decision making and social environments. Submitted to Emerging Trends.
Cohen, S.E., and Todd, P.M. (in preparation). Putting the network back in networking: Incorporating network theory in speed-networking produces stable interdisciplinary academic collaborations.
Gigerenzer, G., Dieckmann, A., Gaissmaier, W., and Todd, P.M. (in preparation). Models of limited search: Elements of cognitive heuristics.
Hertwig, R., and Todd, P.M. (in preparation). The benefits of cognitive limits: Why bigger may not be better.
Hills, T.T., Todd, P.M., and Jones, M.N. (resubmitted). Foraging in semantic fields: How we search through memory. Resubmitted to Topics in Cognitive Science.
Jazayeri, S., Nematzadeh, A., Phanich, M., Todd, P.M., and Ahn, Y.-Y. (submitted). Where to eat or what to eat? Examining urban food exploration through Yelp reviews. Submitted to 2014 Yelp Dataset Challenge.
Jones, M.N., Hills, T.T., and Todd, P.M. (submitted). Hidden processes in structural representations: Reply to Abbott, Austerweil, & Griffiths. Submitted to Psychological Review.
Lorince, J., and Todd, P.M. (submitted). Music tagging and listening: Testing the memory cue hypothesis in a collaborative tagging system. For M.N. Jones (Ed.), Big data in cognitive science: From methods to insights. New York: Psychology Press (Taylor & Francis).
Lorince, J., Zorowitz, S., Murdock, J., and Todd, P.M. (submitted). The wisdom of the few? “Supertaggers” in collaborate tagging systems. Submitted to Journal of Web Science.
McGlasson, C., Lorince, J., Crandall, D.J., and Todd, P.M. (in preparation). Testing sex differences in color preferences with online photo collections.
Mehlhorn, K., Newell, B., Todd, P.M., Lee, M., Morgan, K., Braithwaite, V., Hausmann, D., Fiedler, K., and Gonzalez, C. (resubmitted). Beyond the exploration-exploitation tradeoff: A synthesis of human and animal literatures. Resubmitted to Decision.
Rosenbaum, G., Todd, P.M., Avrahami, J., and Kareev, Y. (in preparation). Allocation of resources in mate competition.
Sang, K., Todd, P.M., Goldstone, R.L., and Hills, T.T. (under revision). Learning near-optimal search rules in a minimal explore/exploit task. Submitted to Cognitive Science.
Todd, P.M., and Brighton, H. (submitted). Building the theory of ecological rationality. Submitted to Minds and Machines (special issue on bounded rationality).
Todd, P.M., and Ortmann, A. (in preparation). Timing and sequential search on the academic psychology job market.
Todd, P.M., and Rumelhart, D.E. (manuscript). Feature abstraction from similarity ratings: A connectionist approach.
Todd, P.M., and Sanders, K.M. (in preparation). Testing the function of memory for recently eaten meals.
Wilke, A., Minich, S., Panis, M., Langen, T., Skufca, J.D., & Todd, P.M. (resubmitted). A game of hide and seek: Expectations of clumpy resources influence hiding and searching patterns. Resubmitted to PLoS ONE.

2015

DeScioli, P., Kurzban, R., and Todd, P.M. (2015). Evolved decision makers in organizations. In S.M. Colarelli and R.D. Arvey (Eds.), The biological foundations of organizational behavior (pp. 203-235). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

2014

Avrahami, J., Kareev, Y., Todd, P.M., and Silverman, B. (2014). Allocation of resources in asymmetric competitions: How do the weak maintain a chance of winning? Journal of Economic Psychology, 42, 161-174.
Hullinger, R.A., Kruschke, J.K., and Todd, P.M. (2014). An evolutionary analysis of learned attention. Cognitive Science.
Kievit-Kylar, B., Ahn, Y.Y., and Todd, P.M. (2014). Making sense out of food. In Proceedings of the 2014 Cognitive Science Society Conference (pp. 743-748). Quebec City.
Lorince, J., Donato, D., and Todd, P.M. (2014). Path following in social web search. In Proceedings of the 7th Annual Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction Conference (SBP14) (pp. 119-127). Springer International Publishing.
Lorince, J., Zorowitz, S., Murdock, J., and Todd, P.M. (2014). “Supertagger” behavior in building folksonomies. In Proceedings of the 6th Annual ACM Web Science Conference (WebSci 2014) (pp. 129-138). New York: ACM.
Scheibehenne, B., Todd, P.M., van den Berg, S.M., Hatemi, P.K., Eaves, L.J., and Vogler, C. (2014). Genetic influences on dietary variety: Results from a twin study. Appetite, 77, 131-138.
Todd, P.M., and Minard, S.L. (2014). Simple heuristics for deciding what to eat. In S.D. Preston, M.L. Kringelbach, and B. Knutson (Eds.), The interdisciplinary science of consumption (pp. 97-110). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

2013

Lenton, A.P., Penke, L., Todd, P.M., and Fasolo, B. (2013). The heart has its reasons: Social rationality in mate choice. In R. Hertwig, U. Hoffrage, and the ABC Research Group, Simple heuristics in a social world (pp. 433-457). New York: Oxford University Press.
Lorince, J., and Todd, P.M. (2013). Can simple social copying heuristics explain tag popularity in a collaborative tagging system? In Proceedings of 5th Annual ACM Web Science Conference (WebSci 2013) (pp. 215-224). New York: ACM.
Mullinix, G., Gray, O., Colado, J., Veinott, E., Leonard, J., Papautsky, E.L., Argenta, C., Clover, M., Castronova, E., Todd, P.M., Ross, T., Lorince, J., Hotaling, Hale, C., Whitaker, E., J., Hoffman, R., Flach, J., and Fox, O. (2013). Heuristica: Designing a serious game for improving decision making. In Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Games Innovation Conference (IGIC) (pp. 250-255). Vancouver, BC.
Todd, P.M., Hills, T.T., and Hendrickson, A.T. (2013). Modeling reproductive decisions with simple heuristics. Demographic Research (Special Collection on “Theoretical Foundations of the Analysis of Fertility”), 29, 641-662. DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2013.29.24
Veinott, E., Leonard, J., Papautsky, E.L., Perelman, B. Stankovic, A., Lorince, Hotaling, Ross, T., Todd, P., Busemeyer, J., Castronova, E., Hale, C., Catrambone, R., Whitaker, E., Fox, O., Flach, J., and Hoffman, R. (2013). The effect of camera perspective and session duration on training decision making in a serious video game . In Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Games Innovation Conference (IGIC) (pp. 256-262). Vancouver, BC.

2012

Allen, C., Todd, P.M., and Weinberg, J. (2012). Reasoning and rationality. In E. Margolis, R. Samuels, and S. Stich (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Cognitive Science (pp. 41-59). New York: Oxford University Press.
Bowers, R.I., Place, S.S., Todd, P.M., Penke, L., and Asendorpf, J.B. (2012). Generalization in mate choice copying in humans. Behavioral Ecology, 23(1), 112-124. PDF.
Dall, S.R.X., Gosling, S.D., Brown, G.D.A., Dingemanse, N.J., Erev, I., Kocher, M., Schulz, L., Todd, P.M., Weissing, F.J., and Wolf, M. (2012). Variation in decision making. In P. Hammerstein and J.R. Stevens (Eds.), Evolution and the mechanisms of decision making (pp. 243-272). Strüngmann Forum Reports. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Dieckmann, A., and Todd, P.M. (2012). Simple rules for ordering cues in one-reason decision making. In P.M. Todd, G. Gigerenzer, and the ABC Research Group, Ecological rationality: Intelligence in the world (pp. 274-306). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gigerenzer, G., and Todd, P.M. (2012). Ecological rationality: The normative study of heuristics. In P.M. Todd, G. Gigerenzer, and the ABC Research Group, Ecological rationality: Intelligence in the world (pp. 487-497). New York: Oxford University Press.
Hills, T.T., Jones, M.N., and Todd, P.M. (2012). Optimal foraging in semantic memory. Psychological Review, 119(2), 431-440.
Hutchinson, J.M.C., Fanselow, C., and Todd, P.M. (2012). Car parking as a game between simple heuristics. In P.M. Todd, G. Gigerenzer, and the ABC Research Group, Ecological rationality: Intelligence in the world (pp. 454-484). New York: Oxford University Press. PDF.
Pachur, T. Raaijmakers, J.G.W., Davelaar, E.J., Daw, N.D., Dougherty, M.R., Hommel, B., Lee, M.D., Polyn, S.M., Ridderinkhof, K.R., Todd, P.M., and Wolfe, J.M. (2012). Unpacking cognitive search: Mechanisms and processes. In P.M. Todd, T.T. Hills, and T.W. Robbins (Eds.), Cognitive search: Evolution, algorithms, and the brain (pp. 237-253). Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 9. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Pachur, T., Todd, P.M., Gigerenzer, G., Schooler, L.J., and Goldstein, D.G. (2012). When is the recognition heuristic an adaptive tool? In P.M. Todd, G. Gigerenzer, & the ABC Research Group, Ecological rationality: Intelligence in the world (pp. 113-143). New York: Oxford University Press.
Place, S.S., Todd, P.M., Zhuang, J., Penke, L., and Asendorpf, J.B. (2012). Judging romantic interest of others from thin slices is a cross-cultural ability. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33(5), 547-550. PDF.
Todd, P.M., and Gigerenzer, G. (2012). What is ecological rationality? In P.M. Todd, G. Gigerenzer, and the ABC Research Group, Ecological rationality: Intelligence in the world (pp. 3-30). New York: Oxford University Press.
Todd, P.M., Hills, T.T., and Robbins, T.W. (2012). Building a foundation for cognitive search. In P.M. Todd, T.T. Hills, and T.W. Robbins (Eds.), Cognitive search: Evolution, algorithms, and the brain (pp. 1-7). Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 9. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. PDF.
Todd, P.M., Place, S.S., and Bowers, R.I. (2012). Simple heuristics for mate choice decisions. In J.I. Krueger (Ed.), Social judgment and decision making (pp. 193-208). New York: Psychology Press.
Wilke, A., and Todd, P.M. (2012). Evolutionary foundations of decision making. In M.K. Dhami, A. Schlottmann, and M. Waldmann (Eds.), Origins of Judgment and Decision Making (pp. 3-27). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

2011

Kalnikaitė, V., Rogers, Y., Bird, J., Villar, N., Bachour, K., Payne, S., Todd, P.M., Schöning, J., Krüger, A., and Kreitmayer, S. (2011). How to nudge in situ: Designing lambent devices to deliver salient information in supermarkets. In Proceedings of UbiComp’11. PDF.
Mata, J., Lippke, S., Dieckmann, A., and Todd, P.M. (2011). Meat label information: Effects of separate versus conjoint presentation on product evaluation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 1947-1957. PDF.
Neth, H., Schächtele, S., Duwal, S., and Todd, P.M. (2011). Competitive mate choice: How need for speed beats quests for quality and harmony. In Proceedings of the Thirty-third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 699-704). Boston, MA: Cognitive Science Society. PDF.
Pachur, T., Todd, P.M., Gigerenzer, G., Schooler, L.J., and Goldstein, D.G. (2011). The recognition heuristic: A review of theory and tests. Frontiers in Cognitive Science, 2, 147 (doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00147). Online at http://www.frontiersin.org/cognitive_science/10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00147/full
Sang, K., Todd, P.M., and Goldstone, R.L. (2011). Learning near-optimal search in a minimal explore/exploit task. In Proceedings of the Thirty-third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2800-2805). Boston, MA: Cognitive Science Society. PDF.
Scheibehenne, B., Greifeneder, R., and Todd, P.M. (2011). Reply to Chernev, Böckenholt, and Goodman (2010), Choice overload: Is there anything to it? Manuscript published online. PDF.
Scheibehenne, B., Mata, J., and Todd, P.M. (2011). Older but not wiser—Predicting spouse’s preferences gets worse with age. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 21, 184-191.
Scheibehenne, B., Wilke, A., and Todd, P.M. (2011). Expectations of clumpy resources influence predictions of sequential events. Evolution and Human Behavior, 32, 326-333.
Todd, P.M. (2011). The simple path to evolutionary psychology. In X.T. Wang and Y.-J. Su (Eds.), Thus spake evolutionary psychologists (pp. 190-197). Beijing: Peking University Press.
Todd, P.M., Rogers, Y., and Payne, S.J. (2011). Nudging the trolley in the supermarket: How to deliver the right information to shoppers. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction, 3(2), 20-34. PDF.

2010

Lenton, A.P., Fasolo, B., and Todd, P.M. (2010). Who is in your shopping cart? Expected and experienced effects of choice abundance in the online dating context. In N. Kock (Ed.), Evolutionary psychology and information systems research: A new approach to studying the effects of modern technologies on human behavior (pp. 149-167). New York: Springer. PDF.
Mata, J., Todd, P.M., and Lippke, S. (2010). When weight management lasts: Lower perceived rule complexity increases adherence. Appetite, 54, 37-43. PDF.
Place, S. S., Todd, P. M., Penke, L., & Asendorpf, J. B. (2010). Humans show mate copying after observing real mate choices. Evolution and Human Behavior, 31(5), 320-325. PDF.
Keywords:Mate Choice
Scheibehenne, B., Greifeneder, R., and Todd, P.M. (2010). Can there ever be too many options? A meta-analytic review of choice overload. Journal of Consumer Research, 37, 409-425. PDF.
Scheibehenne, B., Todd, P.M., and Wansink, B. (2010). Dining in the dark: The importance of visual cues for food consumption and satiety. Appetite, 55, 710-713. PDF.
Keywords: Food Choice
Wilke, A., and Todd, P.M. (2010). Past and present environments: The evolution of decision making. Psicothema, 22(1), 4-8. PDF.

2009

Lenton, A. P., Fasolo, B., & Todd, P. M. (2009). The relationship between number of potential mates and mating skew in humans. Animal Behaviour, 77(1), 55-60. PDF.
Place, S. S., Todd, P. M., Penke, L., & Asendorpf, J. B. (2009). The ability to judge the romantic interest of others. Psychological Science, 20(1), 22-26. PDF.
Keywords: Mate Choice
Scheibehenne, B., Greifeneder, R., Todd, P.M. (2009). What moderates the too-much-choice effect? Psychology & Marketing, 26(3), 229-253. PDF.
Wilke, A., Todd, P.M., Hutchinson, J.M.C. (2009). Fishing for the right words: Decision rules for human foraging behavior in external and internal search tasks. Cognitive Science, 33, 497-529. PDF.

2008

Hills, T. T., Todd, P. M., & Goldstone, R. L. (2008). Search in External and Internal Spaces: Evidence for Generalized Cognitive Search Processes. Psychological Science, 19(8), 802-808. PDF.
Lenton, A., Fasolo, B., & Todd, P. M. (2008). "Shopping" for a Mate: Expected versus Experienced Preferences in Online Mate Choice. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communications, 51(2), 169-182. PDF.
Mata, J., Scheibehenne, B., & Todd, P. M. (2008). Predicting children's meal preferences: How much do parents know? Appetite, 50(2-3), 367-375. PDF.

2007

Fasolo, B., McClelland, G., & Todd, P. M. (2007). Escaping the tyranny of choice: when fewer attributes make choice easier. Marketing Theory, 7(1), 13. PDF.
Hutchinson, J., Wilke, A., & Todd, P. M. (2007). Patch leaving in humans: can a generalist adapt its rules to dispersal of items across patches? Animal Behaviour, 75(4), 1331-1350. PDF.
Leathwood, P., Richardson, D., Strater, P., Todd, P. M., & van Trijp, H. (2007). Consumer understanding of nutrition and health claims: sources of evidence. British Journal of Nutrition, 98(3), 474. PDF.
McFarlin, D., & Todd, P. M. (2006). Evolving a better Adversary: A Case Study in a German Castle. PDF.
Miranda, E., & Todd, P. M. (2007). Computational Evolutionary Musicology. Evolutionary Computer Music, 218-249. PDF.
Penke, L., Todd, P. M., Lenton, A., & Fasolo, B. (2007). How self-assessments can guide human mating decisions Mating intelligence: Sex, relationships, and the mind’s reproductive system. Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum. PDF
Scheibehenne, B., Meisler, L., & Todd, P. M. (2007). Fast and frugal food choices: Uncovering individual decision heuristics. Appetite, 49, 578-589. PDF.
Todd, P. M. (2007). Coevolved Cognitive Mechanisms in Mate Search: Making Decisions in a Decision-shaped World. In J. Forgas, Haselton, MG, von Hippel, W (Ed.), Evolution and the Social Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and Social Cognition. New York: Psychology Press: Taylor & Francis Group. PDF.
Todd, P. M. (2007). How much information do we need? European Journal of Operational Research, 177(3), 1317-1332. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2007). Mechanisms of ecological rationality: heuristics and environments that make us smart. In R. Dunbar & L. Barrett (Eds.), Oxford handbook of evolutionary psychology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2007). Environments That Make Us Smart: Ecological Rationality. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16(3), 167-171. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Huevelnik, A. (2007). Shaping Social Environments with Simple Recognition Heuristics. In P. Carruthers, Laurence, S., Stich, S. (Ed.), The Innate Mind, Vol. 2: Culture and Cognition (pp. 197-210).
Todd, P. M., Penke, L., Fasolo, B., & Lenton, A. (2007). Different cognitive processes underlie human mate choices and mate preferences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(38), 15011. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Schooler, L. (2007). From disintegrated architectures of cognition to an integrated heuristic toolbox. In W. D. Gray (Ed.), Integrated models of cognitive systems (pp. 151–164). New York: Oxford University Press.

2006

Rieskamp, J., & Todd, P. M. (2006). The Evolution of Cooperative Strategies for Asymmetric Social Interactions. Theory and Decision, 60(1), 69-111. PDF.
Wilke, A., Hutchinson, J., Todd, P. M., & Kruger, D. (2006). Is risk taking used as a cue in mate choice. Evolutionary Psychology, 4, 367-393. PDF.

2005

Barrett, H., Todd, P. M., Miller, G., & Blythe, P. (2005). Accurate judgments of intention from motion cues alone: A cross-cultural study. Evolution and Human Behavior, 26(4), 313-331. PDF.
Mata, R., Wilke, A., & Todd, P. M. (2005). Adding the missing link back into mate choice research. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 28(02), 289-289. PDF.
Todd, P. M., Billari, F., & Simao, J. (2005). Aggregate age-at-marriage patterns from individual mate-search heuristics. Demography, 42(3), 559-574. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Dieckmann, A. (2005). Heuristics for ordering cue search in decision making. In L. K. Saul, Weiss, Y., Bottou, L. (Ed.), Advances in neural information processing systems (Vol. 17, pp. 1393-1400). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. PDF.
Todd, P. M., Hertwig, R., & Hoffrage, U. (2005). The evolutionary psychology of cognition. In D. Buss (Ed.), The handbook of evolutionary psychology (pp. 776–802). PDF.

2004

Marsh, B., Todd, P. M., Gigerenzer, G.(2004). Cognitive heuristics: Reasoning the fast and frugal way. In J. P. Leighton, Sternberg, R.J. (Ed.), The nature of reasoning (pp. 273–287). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. PDF.

2003

Hertwig, R., & Todd, P. M. (2003). More is not always better: The benefits of cognitive limits. In D. Hardman, Macchi, L. (Ed.), Thinking: Psychological perspectives on reasoning, judgment and decision making (pp. 213–231): John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. PDF.
Miranda, E., Kirby, S., & Todd, P. M. (2003). On Computational Models of the Evolution of Music: From the Origins of Musical Taste to the Emergence of Grammars. Contemporary Music Review, 22(3), 91-111. PDF.
Simao, J., & Todd, P. M. (2003). Emergent Patterns of Mate Choice in Human Populations. Artificial Life, 9(4), 403-417. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Billari, F. (2003). Population-Wide Marriage Patterns Produced by Individual Mate-Search Heuristics. In F. Billari, Prskawetz, A (Ed.), Agent-Based Computational Demography: Using Simulation to Improve Our Understanding of Demographic Behaviour (pp. 117-137). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2003). Bounding rationality to the world. Journal of Economic Psychology, 24(2), 143-165. PDF.
van den Broek, E., & Todd, P. M. (2003). Piep Piep Piep—Ich Hab'Dich Lieb': Rhythm as an Indicator of Mate Quality. Paper presented at the Advances in Artificial Life: 7th European Conference, ECAL 2003 Dortmund, Germany, September 14-17, 2003 Proceedings. PDF.

2002

Bilotta, E., Miranda, E., Pantano, P., & Todd, P. M. (2002). Artificial Life Models for Musical Applications: Workshop Report. Artificial Life, 8(1), 83-86. PDF.
Noble, J., & Todd, P. M. (2002). Imitation or something simpler? Modelling simple mechanisms for social information processing, Imitation in animals and artifacts. In K. Dautenhahn, Nehaniv, C.L. (Ed.), Imitation in animals and artifacts (pp. 423-439). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Simao, J., & Todd, P. M. (2002). Modelling Mate Choice in Monogamous Mating Systems with Courtship. Adaptive Behavior, 10(2), 113. PDF.
Todd, P. M. (2002). Putting some (artificial) life into models of musical creativity Musical creativity: Proceedings of the 10th Meeting of the European Society of Cognitive Sciences of Music. Liege, Belgium.
Todd, P. M., & Goodie, A. (2002). Testing the ecological rationality of base rate neglect. In B. Hallam, Floreano, D., Hallam, J., Hayes, G., Meyer, J.A. (Ed.), From Animals to Animats 7: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 292-302). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books. PDF.
Tuci, E., Harvey, I., & Todd, P. M. (2002). Using a net to catch a mate: Evolving CTRNNs for the Dowry Problem. In B. Hallam, Floreano, D., Hallam, J., Hayes, G., Meyer, J.A. (Ed.), From Animals to Animats 7: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 215-223). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books. PDF.

2001

Dudey, T., & Todd, P. M. (2001). Making Good Decisions with Minimal Information: Simultaneous and Sequential Choice. Journal of Bioeconomics, 3(2), 195-215. PDF.
Ketelaar, T., & Todd, P. M. (2001). Framing our thoughts: Ecological rationality as evolutionary psychology's answer to the frame problem. In H. R. Halcomb III (Ed.), The evolution of minds: Psychological and philosophical perspectives. New York: Kluwer (pp. 179-211). Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Noble, J., Todd, P. M., & Tuci, E. (2001). Explaining social learning of food preferences without aversions: an evolutionary simulation model of Norway rats. Proceedings. Biological sciences/The Royal Society, 268(1463), 141. PDF.
Sadrieh, A., Giith, R., Hammerstein, P., Hamad, S., Hoffrage, U., Kuon, B., et al. (2001). Group report: Is there evidence for an adaptive toolbox. In G. Gigerenzer, Selten, R. (Ed.), Bounded Rationality: The Adaptive Toolbox (pp. 83-102). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Simao, J., & Todd, P. M. (2001). A Model of Human Mate Choice with Courtship That Predicts Population Patterns. In J. Keleman, Sosik, P. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 377-380). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Todd, P. M. (2001). Fast and frugal heuristics for environmentally bounded minds. In G. Gigerenzer, Selten, R. (Ed.), Bounded Rationality: The Adaptive Toolbox (pp. 51-70). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Todd, P. M. (2001). Heuristics for Decision and Choice. In N. J. Smelser, Baltes, P. B. (Ed.), International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. New York: Elsevier Science (pp. 6676–6679). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2001). Putting naturalistic decision making into the adaptive toolbox. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 14(5), 381-383. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2001). Shepard's mirrors or Simon's scissors? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(04), 704-705. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Kirby, S. (2001). I Like What I Know: How Recognition-Based Decisions Can Structure the Environment. In J. Kelemen, Sosik, P. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 166-175). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. PDF.

2000

Hertwig, R., & Todd, P. M. (2000). Biases to the left, fallacies to the right: stuck in the middle with null hypothesis significance testing. Psycoloquy, 11(28).
Todd, P. M. (2000). Simulating the evolution of musical behavior. In N. L. Wallin, Merker, B., Brown, S. (Ed.), The origins of music (pp. 361–388). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Todd, P. M. (2000). The Ecological Rationality of Mechanisms Evolved to make up Minds. American Behavioral Scientist, 43(6), 940.
Todd, P. M., Fiddick, L., & Krauss, S. (2000). Ecological rationality and its contents. Thinking & Reasoning, 6(4), 375-384. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2000). How can we open up the adaptive toolbox?(Reply to commentaries). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 767–780. http://www.indiana.edu/~abcwest/pmwiki/pdf/todd.behavandbrain.2000b.pdf
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (2000). Précis of Simple heuristics that make us smart. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23(05), 727-741. PDF.

1999

Berretty, P., Todd, P. M., & Martignon, L. (1999). Using few cues to choose: Fast and frugal categorization. G. Gigerenzer, PM Todd and the ABC Research Group, Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart, 235–254.
Blythe, P., Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1999). How motion reveals intention: Categorizing social interactions. In G. Gigerenzer, Todd, P.M., ABC Research Group (Ed.), Simple heuristics that make us smart (pp. 257–285). New York: Oxford University Press. PDF.
Bullock, S., Nerissa Davis, J., & Todd, P. M. (1999). Simplicity Rules the Roost: Exploring Birdbrain Parental Investment Heuristics. In D. Floreano, Nicoud, J.-D., Mondada, F. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 535-544). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Bullock, S., & Todd, P. M. (1999). Made to Measure: Ecological Rationality in Structured Environments. Minds and Machines, 9(4), 497-541. PDF.
Davis, J., & Todd, P. M. (1999). Parental investment by simple decision rules. In G. Gigerenzer, Todd, P.M., ABC Research Group (Ed.), Simple heuristics that make us smart (pp. 309–326). New York: Oxford University Press.
Davis, J., Todd, P. M., & Bullock, S. (1999). Environment quality predicts parental provisioning decisions. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 266(1430), 1791-1797. PDF.
Gigerenzer, G., & Todd, P. M. (1999). Fast and frugal heuristics: The adaptive toolbox. In G. Gigerenzer, Todd, P.M., ABC Research Group (Ed.), Simple heuristics that make us smart. Evolution and cognition (pp. 3–34). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gigerenzer, G., Todd, P. M., & Group, A. R. (1999). Simple heuristics that make us smart. New York: Oxford University Press
Noble, J., & Todd, P. M. (1999). Is it really imitation? a review of simple mechanisms in social information gathering. In K. Dautenhahn, Nehaniv, C. (Ed.), Proceedings of the AISB (pp. 65-73). Sussex, UK: Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behavior.
Noble, J., Tuci, E., & Todd, P. M. (1999). An Evolutionary Simulation Model of Social Learning about Food by Norway Rats. In D. Floreano, Nicoud, J.-D., Mondada, F. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 514-523). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Todd, P. M. (1999). Evolving musical diversity. In K. Dautenhahn, Nehaniv, C. (Ed.), Proceedings of the AISB’99 Symposium on Creative Evolutionary Systems (pp. 40-48). Sussex, UK: Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behavior.
Todd, P. M. (1999). Simple Inference Heuristics versus Complex Decision Machines. Minds and Machines, 9(4), 461-477. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Gigerenzer, G. (1999). What we have learned (so far). In G. Gigerenzer, Todd, P.M., ABC Research Group (Ed.), Simple Heuristics that Make Us Smart, Oxford University Press, New York (pp. 357-365). New York: Oxford University Press.
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1999). From Pride and Prejudice to Persuasion: Realistic Heuristics for Mate Search. In G. Gigerenzer, Todd, P. M., ABC Research Group (Ed.), Simple Heuristics That Make Us Smart (pp. 287-308). New York: Oxford University Press. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Werner, G. (1999). Frankensteinian Methods for Evolutionary Music Composition. In N. Griffith, Todd, P.M. (Ed.), Musical networks: Parallel distributed perception and performance (pp. 313-339). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Press.
Tuci, E., Noble, J., & Todd, P. M. (1999). I’ll have what she’s having: A simulation analysis of the copying of food preferences in Norway rats. In K. Dautenhahn, Nehaniv, C. (Ed.), Proceedings of the AISB’99 Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts (Vol. 99, pp. 74–79). Sussex, UK: Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behavior.

1998

Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1998). Mate choice turns cognitive. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2(5), 190-198. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & López, A. (1998). Pulling the trigger on the living kind module. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(04), 592-592. PDF.

1997

Berretty, P., Todd, P. M., & Blythe, P. (1997). Categorization by Elimination: A Fast and Frugal Approach to Categorization. In M. G. Shafto, Langley, P. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society: August 7-10, 1997, Stanford University (pp. 43-48). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Todd, P. M. (1997). Searching for the Next Best Mate. In R. Conte, Hegselmann, R., Terna, P. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems (pp. 419-436). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Todd, P. M., & Borges, B. (1997). Designing socially intelligent agents for the ultimatum game. In K. Dautenhahn (Ed.), Socially intelligent agents-Papers from the 1997 Fall Symposium (pp. 134–136). Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press.
Werner, G., & Todd, P. M. (1997). Too many love songs: Sexual selection and the evolution of communication. In P. Husbands, Harvey, I. (Ed.), Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life (pp. 434-443). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1997). How cognition shapes cognitive evolution. IEEE Expert, July/August, 7-9. PDF.
Werner, G., & Todd, P. M. (1997). Too many love songs: Sexual selection and the evolution of communication. In P. Husbands, Harvey, I. (Ed.), Fourth European Conference on Artificial Life (pp. 434-443). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books.

1996

Todd, P. M. (1996). The causes and effects of evolutionary simulation in the behavioral sciences. In R. Belew, Mitchell, M. (Ed.), Santa Fe Institute Studies In The Sciences Of Complexity (pp. 211-224). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Blythe, P., Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1996). Human simulation of adaptive behavior: Interactive studies of pursuit, evasion, courtship, fighting, and play. Paper presented at the From animals to animats 4: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior.
Todd, P. M. (1996). The causes and effects of evolutionary simulation in the behavioral sciences. In R. Belew, Mitchell, M. (Ed.), Santa Fe Institute Studies In The Sciences Of Complexity (pp. 211-224). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Todd, P. M. (1996). Sexual selection and the evolution of learning. In R. K. Belew, Mitchell, M. (Ed.), Adaptive individuals in evolving populations: Models and algorithms (pp. 365-393). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.
Todd, P. M., & Yanco, H. (1996). Environmental Effects on Minimal Behaviors in the Minimat World. Adaptive Behavior, 4, 365-414. PDF.

1995

Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1995). The Role of Mate Choice in Biocomputation: Sexual Selection as a Process of Search, Optimization and Diversification. In W. Banzhaf, Eeckman, F.H. (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 169-169). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

1994

Todd, P. M., Wilson, S., Somayaji, A., & Yanco, H. (1994). The blind breeding the blind: Adaptive behavior without looking. In D. Cliff, Husbands, P., Meyer, J.A., Wilson, S.W. (Ed.), From Animals to Animats 3: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 228-237). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books.

1993

Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1993). Evolutionary wanderlust: Sexual selection with directional mate preferences. In J. A. Meyer, Roitblat, H.L., Wilson, S.W. (Ed.), From Animals to Animats 2: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 21-30). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books.
Rumelhart, D., & Todd, P. M. (1993). Learning and connectionist representations. In D. E. Meyer, Kornblum, S. (Ed.), Attention and performance XIV (pp. 3-30). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books.
Todd, P. M. (1993). Artificial death. In C. Schneider (Ed.), Pre-proc. Second European Conf. on Artificial Life, Brussels, Belgium, May (pp. 90-107). Munich: Verlag Silke Schreiber.
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1993). Parental Guidance Suggested: How Parental Imprinting Evolves Through Sexual Selection as an Adaptive Learning Mechanism. Adaptive Behavior, 2(1), 5-47. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Wilson, S. (1993). Environment structure and adaptive behavior from the ground up. In J. A. Meyer, Roitblat, H.L., Wilson, S.W. (Ed.), From animals to animats 2: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 11-20). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books.

1992

Todd, P. M. (1992). A Connectionist System for Exploring Melody Space Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (pp. 65-65). San Francisco: International Computer Music Association.

1991

Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1991). Let evolution take care of its own. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 14(1), 101-102. PDF
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1991). Exploring adaptive agency III: Simulating the evolution of habituation and sensitization. In H.-P. Schwefel, Maenner, R. (Ed.), Parallel Problem Solving from Nature, Berlin (pp. 307-313). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. PDF
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1991). Exploring adaptive agency II: simulating the evolution of associative learning. In J. A. Meyer, Wilson, S.W. (Ed.), From animals to animats: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (pp. 306-315). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books. PDF.
Todd, P. M., & Miller, G. (1991). On the sympatric origin of species: Mercurial mating in the Quicksilver model. In R. K. Belew, Booker, L.B. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Genetic Algorithms (pp. 547-554). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.
Todd, P. M. (1991). Neural Networks for Applications in the Arts. In M. Scott (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Symposium on Small Computers in the Arts (pp. 3-8). Philadelphia, PA: Small Computers in the Arts Network, Inc.

1990

Miller, G., & Todd, P. M. (1990). Exploring adaptive agency I: Theory and methods for simulating the evolution of learning. In D. Touretzky, Elman, T.J., Sejnowski, T., Hinton, G. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1990 Connectionist Models Summer School (pp. 65-80). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann. PDF

1989

Bharucha, J., & Todd, P. M. (1989). Modelling the perception of tonal structure with neural nets. Computer Music Journal, 13(4), 44-53. PDF.
Miller, G., Todd, P. M., & Hegde, S. (1989). Designing neural networks using genetic algorithms. In J. D. Schaffer (Ed.), Proceedings of the third international conference on Genetic algorithms table of contents (pp. 379-384). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.
Todd, P. M. (1989). A sequential network design for musical applications. In D. Touretzky, Hinton, G., Sejnowski, T. (Ed.), Proc. of the 1988 Connectionist Models Summer School. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (pp. 76-84). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.
Todd, P. M. (1989). A connectionist approach to algorithmic composition. Computer Music Journal, 13(4), 27-43. PDF.

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