American Psychological Association Dissertation Research
Donald G. Paterson Award Outstanding Minnesota Undergraduate Psychology Student, Minnesota Psychological Association
Honorable Mention, National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
, National Merit Scholar
Dennis, Martin. A primacy effect in casual judgement using trial-by-trial learning. Presented at the 15th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Atanta, GA.
Ahn, W, Dennis, Martin. Is everyday causal reasoning rational?. Presented at the 41st Ammual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA.
Ben-Zeev, T, Stibel, J M., Dennis, Martin, Sloman, S A.. When memory overload contributes to making a correct probabilistic choice. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Los Angeles, CA.
Ben-Zeev, T, Dennis, Martin, Stibel, J, Sloman, S. Probabilistic reasoning on the infamous Monty Hall problem: TO stay or not to stay?. Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Dallas, TX.
Ben-Zeev, T, Dennis, Martin. The Monty Hall problem: When probabilistic reasoning feels right but is wrong. Presented at the 10th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.
Dennis, Martin, Ahn, W. Order of confirmatory evidence affects causal judgments. Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA.