Journal articles
Riefer, P.S., Prior, R., Blair, N., Pavey, G. & Love, B.C. (in press). Coherency-maximizing exploration in the supermarket. Nature Human Behaviour.
Riefer, P.S. & Love, B.C. (2015). Unfazed by Both the Bull and Bear: Strategic Exploration in Dynamic Environments. Games, 6, 251-261.
Invited talks
Riefer, P.S. and Love, B.C. (2015): Modern Foraging: Exploration and Exploitation in Supermarkets.
24-Oct-2016, City University, London, UK.
03-Feb-2016, Metropolitan University, London, UK.
03-Feb-2015, City University, London, UK.
01-Apr-2015, Stirling University, Stirling, UK.
Conference talks
Riefer, P.S. and Love, B.C. (2015): How reduced information can increase cooperation in groups. Presentation at the 19th ESCOP conference in Paphos, CY.
Riefer, P.S. and Love, B.C. (2015): Modern Foraging: Exploration and Exploitation in Supermarkets. Presentation at the 25th SPUDM conference in Budapest, HU.
Riefer, P.S., Richardson, D.C. and Love, B.C. (2014): Coordination in large groups: What would we do if zombies attacked? Presentation at the Decision Making conference in Bristol, UK.
Richardson, D. C., Riefer, P. S., Love, B. C., Lotto, B., Clarke, R. C., Dale, R., Rogers, J., Ireland, J. (2013): Experiments in dynamic group action and decision making: How crowds of people can walk a tightrope together and survive a zombie attack. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Berlin, Germany.
Posters
Riefer, P. S., Richardson, D. C. and Love, B. C. (2014): How to survive a zombie attack as member of a large group. Poster presented at the London Social Virtual Interaction Workshop at University College London, UK.