Vékony, T., Ambrus, G. G., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Cautious or causal? Key implicit sequence learning paradigms should not be overlooked when assessing the role of DLPFC (Response to Prutean et al.) Cortex

Tóth-Fáber, E., Tarnok, Z., Takács, Á., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Access to procedural memories after one year: evidence for robust memory consolidation in Tourette syndrome. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 458.

Takács, Á., Münchau, A., Nemeth, D., Roessner, V., & Beste, C. (2021). Lower-level associations in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: convergence between hyperbinding of stimulus and response features and procedural hyperfunctioning theories. European Journal of Neuroscience.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Janacsek, K., Szőllősi, Á., Kéri, Sz., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Regularity detection under stress: Faster extraction of probability-based regularities. PloS ONE,  16(6), e0253123.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Janacsek, K. & Nemeth, D. (2021) Statistical and sequence learning lead to persistent memory in children after a one-year offline period. Scientific Reports, 11, 12418.

Marno, H., Danyi, R., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2021). Prompting teaching modulates children’s encoding of novel information by facilitating higher-level structure learning and hindering lower-level statistical learning. Cognition, 104784.

Quentin, R., Fanuel, L., Kiss, M., Vernet, M., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., Cohen, L.,  Nemeth (2021) Statistical learning occurs during practice while high-order rule learning during rest period. NPJ Science of Learning. 6(1), 1-8.

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Kóbor, A, Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Éltető, N., Janacsek, K., Tóth-Fáber, E., Csépe, V., Nemeth, D. (2021). Adaptation to recent outcomes attenuates the lasting effect of initial experience on risky decisions. Scientific Reports, 11, 10132.

Takács, A., Kóbor, A., Kardos, Z., Janacsek, K., Horváth, K., Beste, C., Németh, D. (2021). Neurophysiological and functional neuroanatomical coding of statistical and deterministic rule information during sequence learning. Human Brain Mapping. 42, 3182– 3201.

Kóbor A., Kardos, Zs., Horváth, K., Janacsek, K., Takács, Á., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Implicit anticipation of probabilistic regularities: Larger CNV emerges for unpredictable events. Neuropsychologia, 107826.

Tóth-Fáber, E., Tárnok, Z., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Nagy, P., Farkas, B. C., Oláh, Sz., Merkl, D., Hegedűs, O., Nemeth, D., & Takács, Á. (2021). Dissociation between two aspects of procedural learning in Tourette syndrome: Enhanced statistical and impaired sequence learning. Child Neuropsychology, 27(6) 799-821.


Horváth, K., Török, C., Pesthy, O. Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Divided attention does not affect the acquisition and consolidation of transitional probabilities. Scientific Reports, 1022450.

Vékony, T., Török, L., Pedraza, F., Schipper, K., Pleche, C., Tóth, L., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020) Retrieval of a well-established skill is resistant to distraction: Evidence from an implicit probabilistic sequence learning task. PLoS ONE 15(12): e0243541.

Schipper, K., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). How do competitive neurocognitive processes contribute to artistic cognition?–The Andras-effect. Leonardo, 1-4.

Kobor, A., Horvath, K., Kardos, Z., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Perceiving structure in unstructured stimuli: Implicitly acquired prior knowledge impacts the processing of unpredictable transitional probabilities. Cognition, 205, 104413.

Vékony, T., Marossy, H., Must, A., Vécsei, L., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Speed or accuracy instructions during skill learning do not affect the acquired knowledge. Cerebral Cortex Communications, tgaa041.

Ambrus, G. G., Vékony, T., Janacsek, K., Trimborn, A. B., Kovács, G., & Nemeth, D. (2020). When less is more: enhanced statistical learning of non-adjacent dependencies after disruption of bilateral DLPFC. Journal of Memory and Language114, 104144.

Zavecz, Z., Horváth, K., Solymosi, P., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Frontal-midline theta frequency and probabilistic learning: A transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation study. Behavioural Brain Research, 112733.

Horváth, K., Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Csépe, V., Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., & Kóbor, A. (2020). Error Processing During the Online Retrieval of Probabilistic Sequence Knowledge. Journal of Psychophysiology. 35(2) 61-75.

Zavecz, Z., Nagy, T., Galkó, A., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2020). The relationship between subjective sleep quality and cognitive performance in healthy young adults: Evidence from three empirical studies. Scientific Reports10(1), 1-12.


Kóbor, A., Horváth, K., Kardos, Z., Takács, Á., Janacsek, K., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Tracking the implicit acquisition of nonadjacent transitional probabilities by ERPs. Memory & Cognition47(8), 1546-1566.

Szegedi-Hallgató, E., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Different levels of statistical learning-Hidden potentials of sequence learning tasks. PloS ONE14(9), e0221966.

Juhasz, D., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Is there more room to improve? The lifespan trajectory of procedural learning and its relationship to the between-and within-group differences in average response times. PloS ONE14(7), e0215116.

Éltető, N., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Takács, Á., Tóth-Fáber, E., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Do adolescents take more risks? Not when facing a novel uncertain situation. Cognitive Development50, 105-117.

Simor, P., Zavecz, Z., Horváth, K., Élteto, N., Török, C., Pesthy, O., Gombos, F., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2019). Deconstructing procedural memory: Different learning trajectories and consolidation of sequence and statistical learning. Frontiers in Psychology9, 2708.


Kóbor, A., Takács, Á., Kardos, Z., Janacsek, K., Horváth, K., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2018). ERPs differentiate the sensitivity to statistical probabilities and the learning of sequential structures during procedural learning. Biological Psychology135, 180-193.

Takács, Á., Kóbor, A., Chezan, J., Élteto, N., Tárnok, Z., Nemeth, D., Ullman, M. T., & Janacsek, K. (2018). Is procedural memory enhanced in Tourette syndrome? Evidence from a sequence learning task. Cortex100, 84-94.

Janacsek, K., Borbély-Ipkovich, E., Nemeth, D., & Gonda, X. (2018). How can the depressed mind extract and remember predictive relationships of the environment? Evidence from implicit probabilistic sequence learning. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry81, 17-24.

Juhász, D., & Németh, D. (2018). Changes of cognitive functions in healthy aging. Ideggyogyaszati Szemle/Clinical Neuroscience, 71(3-04), 105-112.

Juhász, D., & Németh, D. (2018). Age-related and gender differences in conslidation of implicit sequence learning between 7 and 29 years of age. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 33(2), 125-137.


Tóth, B., Janacsek, K., Takács, Á., Kóbor, A., Zavecz, Z., & Nemeth, D. (2017). Dynamics of EEG functional connectivity during statistical learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 144, 216-229.

Takács, Á., Shilon, Y., Janacsek, K., Kóbor, A., Tremblay, A., Németh, D., & Ullman, M. T. (2017). Procedural learning in Tourette syndrome, ADHD, and comorbid Tourette-ADHD: Evidence from a probabilistic sequence learning task. Brain and Cognition, 117, 33-40.

Unoka, Z., Vizin, G., Bjelik, A., Radics, D., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2017). Intact implicit statistical learning in borderline personality disorder. Psychiatry Research255, 373-381.

Szegedi-Hallgató, E., Janacsek, K., Vékony, T., Tasi, L. A., Kerepes, L., Hompoth, E. A., … & Németh, D. (2017). Explicit instructions and consolidation promote rewiring of automatic behaviors in the human mind. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1-7.

Kóbor, A., Janacsek, K., Takács, Á., & Nemeth, D. (2017). Statistical learning leads to persistent memory: Evidence for one-year consolidation. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 1-10.

Török, B., Janacsek, K., Nagy, D. G., Orbán, G., & Nemeth, D. (2017). Measuring and filtering reactive inhibition is essential for assessing serial decision making and learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146(4), 529.

Virag, M., Janacsek, K., Balogh-Szabo, V., Chezan, J., & Nemeth, D. (2017). Procedural learning and its consolidation in autism spectrum disorder. Ideggyogyaszati szemle/Clinical Neuroscience70(3-4), 79-87.

Simor, P., Zavecz, Z., Csábi, E., Benedek, P., Janacsek, K., Gombos, F., & Németh, D. (2017). Delta and theta activity during slow-wave sleep are associated with declarative but not with non-declarative learning in children with sleep-disordered breathing. Sleep Spindles & Cortical Up States, 1(1), 55-66.

Virág, M., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2016). Competition between executive functions and implicit learning. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 71(4), 733-741.


Csábi, E., Benedek, P., Janacsek, K., Zavecz, Z., Katona, G., & Nemeth, D. (2016). Declarative and non-declarative memory consolidation in children with sleep disorder. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 709.

Kincses, Z. T., Vadász, D., Németh, D., Janacsek, K., Szabó, N., Dézsi, L., … & Vécsei, L. (2015). Hyperglycaemic hemi ballismus: Implications from connectivity analysis for cognitive impairments. Ideggyogyaszati Szemle, 68(11-12), 417-421.


Takács, Á., Kóbor, A., Janacsek, K., Honbolygó, F., Csépe, V., & Németh, D. (2015). High trait anxiety is associated with attenuated feedback-related negativity in risky decision making. Neuroscience Letters, 600, 188-192.

Virag, M., Janacsek, K., Horvath, A., Bujdoso, Z., Fabo, D., & Nemeth, D. (2015). Competition between frontal lobe functions and implicit sequence learning: evidence from the long-term effects of alcohol. Experimental Brain Research, 233(7), 2081-2089.

Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Turi, Z., Lukacs, A., Peckham, D., Szanka, S., Gazso, D., Lovassy, N. & Ullman, M. T. (2015). The production of nominal and verbal inflection in an agglutinative language: Evidence from Hungarian. PloS ONE, 10(3), e0119003.

Janacsek, K., Ambrus, G. G., Paulus, W., Antal, A., & Nemeth, D. (2015). Right hemisphere advantage in statistical learning: evidence from a probabilistic sequence learning task. Brain Stimulation, 8(2), 277-282.

Kóbor, A., Takács, Á., Janacsek, K., Németh, D., Honbolygó, F., & Csépe, V. (2015). Different strategies underlying uncertain decision making: Higher executive performance is associated with enhanced feedback‐related negativity. Psychophysiology, 52(3), 367-377.

Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2015). The puzzle is complicated: when should working memory be related to implicit sequence learning, and when should it not?(Response to Martini et al.). Cortex, 64, 411-412.


Csabi, E., Varszegi-Schulz, M., Janacsek, K., Malecek, N., & Nemeth, D. (2014). The consolidation of implicit sequence memory in obstructive sleep apnea. PloS ONE, 9(10), e109010.

Tánczos, T., Zádori, D., Jakab, K., Hnyilicza, Z., Klivényi, P., Keresztes, L., … & Vécsei, L. (2014). The role of cognitive training in the neurorehabilitation of a patient who survived a lightning strike. A case study. NeuroRehabilitation, 35(1), 137-146.

Gál, Z., Katona, K., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2014). Theory of mind in offenders. Pszichológia, 34(3), 289-310.

Csábi, E., & Németh, D. (2014). The role of sleep in the implicit learning processes. Ideggyogyaszati szemle/Clinical Neuroscience, 67(1-2), 9-18.

Táncos, T., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2014). A munkamemória és végrehajtó funkciók kapcsolata az iskolai teljesítménnyel. Alkalmazott Pszichológia, 14 (2), 55-57.

Borbély-Ipkovich, E., Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., & Gonda, X. (2014). Sequence learning in major depressive disorder. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 29(3), 295-300.

Tánczos, T., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2014). Verbal fluency tasks II. Investigation of the Hungarian version of the semantic fluency task between 5 and 89 years of age. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 29(2), 181-207.


Kincses, Z. T., Szabó, N., Tóth, E., Zádori, D., Faragó, P., Németh, D., … & Vécsei, L. (2013). Diffusion MRI measured white matter microstructure as a biomarker of neurodegeneration in preclinical Huntington’s disease. Ideggyogyaszati Szemle/Clinical Neuroscience, 66(11-12), 399-405.

Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., & Fiser, J. (2013). Age-dependent and coordinated shift in performance between implicit and explicit skill learning. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 7, 147.

Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2013). Implicit sequence learning and working memory: correlated or complicated?. Cortex49(8), 2001-2006.

Csábi, E., Benedek, P., Janacsek, K., Katona, G., & Nemeth, D. (2013). Sleep disorder in childhood impairs declarative but not nondeclarative forms of learning. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology35(7), 677-685.

Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Király, K., Londe, Z., Németh, K., Fazekas, K., … & Csányi, A. (2013). Probabilistic sequence learning in mild cognitive impairment. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 318.

Nemeth, D., Sefcsik, T., Németh, K., Turi, Z., Dye, C. D., Csibri, P., … & Sztriha, L. K. (2013). Impaired language production in asymptomatic carotid stenosis. Journal of Neurolinguistics26(4), 462-469.

Nemeth, D., Turcsik, A. B., Farkas, G., & Janacsek, K. (2013). Social communication impairs working-memory performance. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 20(3), 211-214.

Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Polner, B., & Kovacs, Z. A. (2013). Boosting human learning by hypnosis. Cerebral Cortex, 23(4), 801-805.

Hallgató, E., Győri-Dani, D., Pekar, J., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2013). The differential consolidation of perceptual and motor learning in skill acquisition. Cortex49(4), 1073-1081.

Klivényi, P., Nemeth, D., Sefcsik, T., Janacsek, K., Hoffmann, I., Haden, G. P., … & Vecsei, L. (2012). Cognitive functions in ataxia with oculomotor apraxia type 2. Frontiers in Neurology3, 125.

Jagodics, B., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2013). Az indirekt beszédaktusok feldolgozásának reakcióidő-méréses vizsgálata. Pszichológia, 33(4), 253-270.

Volosin, M., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2013). Hungarian version of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) for screening mild cognitive impairment. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 28(4), 370-392.


Nemeth, D., Csábi, E., Janacsek, K., Varszegi, M., & Mari, Z. (2012). Intact implicit probabilistic sequence learning in obstructive sleep apnea. Journal of Sleep Research, 21(4), 396-401.

Janacsek, K., Fiser, J., & Nemeth, D. (2012). The best time to acquire new skills: Age‐related differences in implicit sequence learning across the human lifespan. Developmental Science, 15(4), 496-505.

Nemeth, D., Dye, C. D., Sefcsik, T., Janacsek, K., Turi, Z., Londe, Z., … & Ullman, M. T. (2012). Language deficits in pre-symptomatic Huntington’s disease: Evidence from Hungarian. Brain and Language, 121(3), 248-253.

Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2012). Predicting the future: from implicit learning to consolidation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 83(2), 213-221.

Csábi, E., Várszegi, M., Sefcsik, T., & Németh, D. (2012). Effect of two month positive airway pressure therapy on the structure of sleep, cognitive function and anxiety. Ideggyogyaszati Szemle/Clinical Neuroscience, 65(5-6), 181.

Jagodics, B., & Németh, D. (2012). The theory of the Strategic Speaker–The psychological background of indirect speech. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 67(4), 757-776.


Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2011). Are children with autism good or bad learners?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(15), E57-E57.

Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Csifcsak, G., Szvoboda, G., Howard Jr, J. H., & Howard, D. V. (2011). Interference between sentence processing and probabilistic implicit sequence learning. PLoS ONE, 6(3), e17577.

Németh, D., Ivády, R., Guida, A., Miháltz, M., Peckham, D., Krajcsi, A., & Pléh, C. (2011). The effect of morphological complexity on short-term memory capacity. Acta Linguistica Hungarica, 58(1), 85-107.

Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2011). The dynamics of implicit skill consolidation in young and elderly adults. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 66(1), 15-22.

Csábi, E., Janacsek, K., Várszegi, M., & Németh, D. (2011). Different effect of sleep on working memory and skill learning: Cognitive function in obstructive sleep apnea. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 26(2), 78.

Gál, Z., Egyed, K., Pászthy, B., & Németh, D. (2011). Impaired theory of mind in anorexia nervosa. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 26(1), 12.


Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Balogh, V., Londe, Z., Mingesz, R., Fazekas, M., … & Vetro, A. (2010). Learning in autism: implicitly superb. PloS ONE, 5(7), e11731.

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Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Londe, Z., Ullman, M. T., Howard, D. V., & Howard, J. H. (2010). Sleep has no critical role in implicit motor sequence learning in young and old adults. Experimental Brain Research, 201(2), 351-358.

Hoffmann, I., Nemeth, D., Dye, C. D., Pákáski, M., Irinyi, T., & Kálmán, J. (2010). Temporal parameters of spontaneous speech in Alzheimer’s disease. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12(1), 29-34.

Turi, Z., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2010). A munkamemória, a szógyakoriság és a kontextus szerepe a lexikális kétértelmûség feldolgozásában. Pszichológia, 30(4), 295-315.

Tánczos, T., & Németh, D. (2010). A munkamemória mérõeljárásai és szerepük az iskolai szûrésben és fejlesztésben. Iskolakultúra, 20(7-8), 95-111.

Huszár, T., Makra, E., Hallgató, E., Janacsek, K., & Németh, D. (2010). The effect of taboo word on language processing. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 25(6), 525-537.


Nemeth, D., Hallgató, E., Janacsek, K., Sandor, T., & Londe, Z. (2009). Perceptual and motor factors of implicit skill learning. Neuroreport, 20(18), 1654-1658.

Sefcsik, T., Nemeth, D., Janacsek, K., Hoffmann, I., Scialabba, J., Klivenyi, P., … & Vecsei, L. (2009). The role of the putamen in cognitive functions—a case study. Learning & Perception, 1(2), 215-227.

Sztriha, L. K., Nemeth, D., Sefcsik, T., & Vecsei, L. (2009). Carotid stenosis and the cognitive function. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 283(1-2), 36-40.

Csanádi, A., Harsányi, S. G., & Németh, D. (2009). Társas megismerés és munkamemória. Pszichológia, 29(2), 145-163.

Janacsek, K., Tánczos, T., Mészáros, T., & Németh, D. (2009). The Hungarian version of listening span task. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 64(2), 385-406.

Hoffmann, I., Németh, D., Irinyi, T., Pákáski, M., & Kálmán, J. (2009). Verbális munkamemória és a fonológiai rövid távú emlékezet mûködése Alzheimer-kórban. Nyelvtudományi Közlemények, 106, 242-257.

Pataki, M., Polyák, K., Németh, D., & Szokolszky, Á. (2009). 80 years’ history of psychology in the University of Szeged (1929–2009). Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 64(4), 671-676.

Nemeth, D., Ivady, R. E., Mihaltz, M., Krajcsi, A., & Pleh, C. (2006). Verbal working memory and morphological complexity. Magyar Pszichologiai Szemle (Hungarian Psychological Review), 2(61), 265-298.

Valkai, R., & Nemeth, D. (2006). Psychological aspects of home advantage. Psychiatria Hungarica: A Magyar Pszichiátriai Tarsaság tudományos folyóirata, 21(6), 422-429.

Racsmány, M., Lukács, A., Németh, D., & Pléh, C. (2005). Verbal working memory testing procedures in Hungarian. Pszichológiai Szemle, 60, 479-506.

Németh, D., Racsmány, M., Kónya, A., & Pléh, C. (2001). A munka-memória-kapacitás mérőeljárásai és jelentőségük a neuropszichológiai diagnosztikában. Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle, 55(4), 403-416.


Szücs-Bencze, L., Vékony, T., Pesthy, O., Szabó, N., Kincses, Z.T., Turi, Z., & Nemeth, D. (2021). Modulating Visuomotor Sequence Learning by Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: What Do We Know So Far? Preprints, 2021110448.

Farkas, K., Pesthy, O., Guttengéber, A., Weigl, A. Sz., Veres,  A., Szekely, A., Komoróczy, E., Szuromi, B., Janacsek, K., Réthelyi, J. M. & Nemeth, D. (2021). Altered interpersonal distance regulation in autism spectrum disorder. bioRxiv, 21261686.

Tosatto, L., Fagot, J., Nemeth, D., & Rey, A. (2021). The Evolution of Chunks in Sequence Learning. bioRxiv, 430894.

Zavecz, Zs., Janacsek, K., Simor, P., Cohen, M. X., & Nemeth, D. (2020). Similarity of brain activity patterns during learning and subsequent resting state predicts memory consolidation. bioRxiv, 283002.

Nemeth, D., Schipper, K., Pleche, C., & Janacsek, K. (2020). Competitive Neurocognitive Functions Can Tell Us What to Learn and When: In Schools and Beyond. Preprints 2020, 20202020060050.

Török, B., Nagy, D. G., Kiss, M. M., Janacsek, K., Nemeth, D., & Orban, G. (2020). Individualised dynamic internal representations from response times. bioRxiv, 163295.

Fanuel, L., Pleche, C., Vekony, T., Quentin, R., Janacsek, K., & Nemeth, D. (2020). The longer the better? General skill but not probabilistic learning improves with the duration of short rest periods. bioRxiv, 090886.

Kiss, M., Nemeth, D., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Stimulus presentation rates affect performance but not the acquired knowledge–Evidence from procedural learning. bioRxiv, 650598.

Nemeth, D., Gerbier, E., & Janacsek, K. (2019). Four pitfalls in sleep and memory research and how to avoid them. Preprints 2019, 2019080208.

Kóbor, A., Takács, Á., Janacsek, K., Kardos, Z., Csépe, V., & Nemeth, D. (2017). Sensitivity to sequential regularities in risky decision making. bioRxiv, 158253.

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