Nicolas Gauvrit
Nicolas Gauvrit
Université de Lille
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Calculating Kolmogorov complexity from the output frequency distributions of small Turing machines
F Soler-Toscano, H Zenil, JP Delahaye, N Gauvrit
PloS one 9 (5), e96223, 2014
Creationism and conspiracism share a common teleological bias
P Wagner-Egger, S Delouvée, N Gauvrit, S Dieguez
Current Biology 28 (16), R867-R868, 2018
Maybe a free thinker but not a critical one: High conspiracy belief is associated with low critical thinking ability
A Lantian, V Bagneux, S Delouvée, N Gauvrit
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (3), 674-684, 2021
Emotional, behavioral and social difficulties among high-IQ children during the preschool period: Results of the EDEN mother–child cohort
H Peyre, F Ramus, M Melchior, A Forhan, B Heude, N Gauvrit, ...
Personality and Individual differences 94, 366-371, 2016
Nothing happens by accident, or does it? A low prior for randomness does not explain belief in conspiracy theories
S Dieguez, P Wagner-Egger, N Gauvrit
Psychological science 26 (11), 1762-1770, 2015
Two-dimensional Kolmogorov complexity and an empirical validation of the Coding theorem method by compressibility
H Zenil, F Soler-Toscano, JP Delahaye, N Gauvrit
PeerJ Computer Science 1, e23, 2015
Algorithmic complexity for short binary strings applied to psychology: a primer
N Gauvrit, H Zenil, JP Delahaye, F Soler-Toscano
Behavior research methods 46, 732-744, 2014
Are high-IQ students more at risk of school failure?
A Guez, H Peyre, M Le Cam, N Gauvrit, F Ramus
Intelligence 71, 32-40, 2018
Algorithmic complexity for psychology: a user-friendly implementation of the coding theorem method
N Gauvrit, H Singmann, F Soler-Toscano, H Zenil
Behavior research methods 48, 314-329, 2016
Human behavioral complexity peaks at age 25
N Gauvrit, H Zenil, F Soler-Toscano, JP Delahaye, P Brugger
PLoS computational biology 13 (4), e1005408, 2017
Structure emerges faster during cultural transmission in children than in adults
V Kempe, N Gauvrit, D Forsyth
Cognition 136, 247-254, 2015
The myth of an afterlife: The case against life after death
M Martin, K Augustine
Rowman & Littlefield, 2015
Correspondence and independence of numerical evaluations of algorithmic information measures
F Soler-Toscano, H Zenil, JP Delahaye, N Gauvrit
Computability 2 (2), 125-140, 2013
Natural scene statistics mediate the perception of image complexity
N Gauvrit, F Soler-Toscano, H Zenil
Visual Cognition 22 (8), 1084-1091, 2014
The Equiprobability Bias from a mathematical and psychological perspective
N Gauvrit, K Morsanyi
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 10 (4), 119-130, 2014
Les surdoués ordinaires
N Gauvrit, G Bronner
PUF, 2014
Compression in working memory and its relationship with fluid intelligence
M Chekaf, N Gauvrit, A Guida, F Mathy
Cognitive Science 42, 904-922, 2018
Why ‘healthy conspiracy theories’ are (oxy) morons: statistical, epistemological, and psychological reasons in favor of the (ir) rational view
P Wagner-Egger, G Bronner, S Delouvée, S Dieguez, N Gauvrit
Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 8 (3), 50-67, 2019
Generalized Benford’s Law as a lie detector
NG Gauvrit, JC Houillon, JP Delahaye
Advances in cognitive psychology 13 (2), 121, 2017
Statistiques, méfiez-vous!
N Gauvrit
Ellipses, 2007
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