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Mata, J., Todd, P.M., and Lippke, S. (2010). When weight management lasts: Lower perceived rule complexity increases adherence. Appetite, 54, 37-43. PDF.
Wilke, A., and Todd, P.M. (2010). Past and present environments: The evolution of decision making. Psicothema, 22(1), 4-8. 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.
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.
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.
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). How much information do we need? European Journal of Operational Research, 177(3), 1317-1332. 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., & 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., & 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.
Rieskamp, J., & Todd, P. M. (2006). The Evolution of Cooperative Strategies for Asymmetric Social Interactions. Theory and Decision, 60(1), 69-111. PDF.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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., & 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.
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.
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.
Todd, P. M. (2001). Fast and frugal heuristics for environmentally bounded minds. In G. Gigercnzer, 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.
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). The Ecological Rationality of Mechanisms Evolved to make up Minds. American Behavioral Scientist, 43(6), 940.
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.
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). 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.
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.
Todd, P. M., & López, A. (1998). Pulling the trigger on the living kind module. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 21(04), 592-592. PDF.
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., & 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.
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.

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