Publications

Journal papers

  1. Garcia-Guerrero, S., O’Hora, D., Zgonnikov, A., Scherbaum, S. “The action dynamics of approach-avoidance in decision-making: A mouse-tracking study”, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, accepted [preprint]
  2. Roche, J.M., Zgonnikov, A., Morett, L.M. “Cognitive Processing of Miscommunication in Interactive Listening: An Evaluation of Listener Indecision and Cognitive Effort”, Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 64(1), pp. 159-175, 2021, [preprint] [paper]
  3. Boyce, W.P., Lindsay, T., Zgonnikov, A., Rañò, I., Wong-Lin K. “Optimality and limitations of audio-visual integration for cognitive systems”, Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 7, 94, 2020 [paper]
  4. Atiya, N. A. A.*, Zgonnikov, A.*, O’Hora, D., Schoemann, M., Scherbaum, S., Wong-Lin, K.
    ( *co-first authors) “Changes-of-mind in the absence of new post-decision evidence”, PLoS Computational Biology, 16(2), e1007149, 2020 [paper]
  5. Zgonnikov, A., Atiya, N. A. A., O’Hora, D., Rañò, I., Wong-Lin, K. “Beyond reach: Do symmetric changes in motor costs affect decision making? A registered report”, Judgment and Decision Making, 14 (4), pp. 455-469, 2019 [paper]
  6. Zgonnikov, A., Aleni, A., Piiroinen, P.T., O’Hora, D., di Bernardo, M. “Decision landscapes: Visualizing mouse-tracking data”, Royal Society Open Science, 4 (11), 170482, 2017 [paper]
  7. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Double-well dynamics of noise-driven control activation in human intermittent control: the case of stick balancing”, Cognitive Processing, 16 (4), pp. 351-358, 2015 [paper] [preprint]
  8. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I., Kanemoto, S., Miyazawa, T., Suzuki, T. “To react or not to react? Intrinsic stochasticity of human control in virtual stick balancing”, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 11(99), pp. 20140636, 2014 [paper]
  9. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Unstable dynamics of adaptation in unknown environment due to novelty seeking”, Advances in Complex Systems, 17(03n04), pp. 1450013, 2014 [paper] [preprint]
  10. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Extended phase space description of human-controlled systems dynamics”, Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, 2014(3), 2014 [paper]

Preprints

  1. Siebert, L.C.*, Lupetti, M.L.*, Aizenberg, E.*, Beckers, N.*, Zgonnikov, A.*, Veluwenkamp, H., Abbink, D., Giaccardi, E., Houben, G.-J., Jonker, C.M., van den Hoven, J., Forster, D., Lagendijk, R.L. ( *co-first authors) “Meaningful human control over AI systems: beyond talking the talk”, under review [preprint]
  2. Siebinga, O., Zgonnikov, A., Abbink, D. “Validating human driver models for interaction-aware automated vehicle controllers: A human factors approach”, under review [preprint]
  3. Zgonnikov, A., Abbink, D., Markkula, G. “Should I stay or should I go? Evidence accumulation drives decision making in human drivers”, under review [preprint]
  4. Suzuki, T., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A. “Complexity of human response delay in intermittent control: The case of virtual stick balancing”, under review [preprint]

Conference papers

  1. Peschl, M., Zgonnikov, A., Oliehoek, F.A., Siebert, L.C. “MORAL: Aligning AI with Human Norms through Multi-Objective Reinforced Active Learning”, Proc.
    International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS)
    , accepted, Oakland, New Zealand, 2022 [preprint]
  2. Zgonnikov, A., Markkula, G. “Evidence accumulation account of human operators’ decisions in intermittent control during inverted pendulum balancing”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 712 – 717, Miyazaki, Japan, 2018
  3. O’Hora, D., Redfern, S., Duran, N., Zgonnikov, A., Sweeney, D. “In-game motion dynamics provide a means of exploring the cognitive dynamics of deception”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Games, Entertainment, and Media, pp. 463 – 470, Galway, Ireland, 2018
  4. Zgonnikov, A., Kenny, A., O’Hora, D., Wong-Lin, K. “Capturing decision confidence through response trajectories and willingness to gamble”, Proc. Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, pp. 70 – 73, Fukuoka, Japan, 2017
  5. Zgonnikov, A., Aleni, A., Piiroinen, P.T., O’Hora, D. “Using mouse-tracking data to visualise decision landscapes”, Proc. Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 1424 – 1429, London, UK, 2017
  6. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Nonequilibrium phase transition in the model of human virtual stick balancing”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, p.20–24, Fukuoka, Japan, 2016
  7. Zgonnikova, I., Zgonnikov, A., Kanemoto, S. “Stick must fall: Using machine learning to predict human error in virtual balancing task”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshop on Data Mining for the Analysis of Performance and Success, pp. 173-177, Barcelona, Spain, 2016
  8. Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A., Maslov, S., Goussein-zade, N. “Complex Dynamics of Single Agent Choice Governed by Dual-Channel Multi-Mode Reinforcement Learning”, Proc. International Conference on Strategic Innovative Marketing, pp. 561 – 567, Mykonos, Greece, 2017
  9. Suzuki, T., Zgonnikov, A., Kanemoto, S., Lubashevsky, I. “Effect of extended visual feedback on human information processing in virtual stick balancing”, Proc. International Workshop on Applications in Information Technology, pp. 35 – 38, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, 2015
  10. Ando, H., Yamauchi, R., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A. “Intermittent Control Properties of Car Following: I. Driving Simulator Experiments”, Proc. International Workshop on Applications in Information Technology, pp. 8 – 9, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, 2015
  11. Yamauchi, R., Ando, H., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A. “Intermittent Control Properties of Car Following: II. Dynamical Trap Model”, Proc. International Workshop on Applications in Information Technology, pp. 10 – 12, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, 2015
  12. Zgonnikov, A., Kanemoto, S., Lubashevsky, I., Suzuki, T. “How the type of visual feedback affects actions of human operators: the case of virtual stick balancing”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 1100 – 1103, Hong Kong, 2015
  13. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I., Kanemoto, S. “Human intermittent control: concept of noise-driven control activation”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 9 – 12, Kyoto, Japan, 2014
  14. Ando, H., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A., Saito, Y. “Statistical properties of Car Following: Theory and Driving Simulator Experiments”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 149 – 155, Kyoto, Japan, 2014
  15. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Optimal Feedback Approximation of Human Open-Loop Control in Virtual Stick Balancing” International Conference on Control Processes and Stability, pp. 76 – 81, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2014
  16. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I., Kanemoto, S. “To react or not to react? A double-well potential model of event-driven human control”, Proc. Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 3155 – 3160, Quebec City, Canada, 2014
  17. Parfenov, D., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A. “New Emergence Mechanism Caused by Human Fuzzy Rationality”, Proc. International Academic Workshop on Social Science, pp. 157 – 161, Changsha, China, 2013
  18. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Probabilistic dynamical trap: Intrinsic stochasticity of human control”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 103 – 104, Okinawa, Japan, 2013
  19. Miyazawa, T., Suzuki, T., Kanemoto, S., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A. “Balancing of Overdamped Inverted Pendulums: Universal Properties of Human Control”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 101 – 102, Okinawa, Japan, 2013
  20. Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A., Parfenov, D. “Concept of Dynamical Traps: Model Systems of Human Actions and Experimental Evidence”, Proc. Interdisciplinary Symposium on Complex Systems, Prague, Czech Republic, 2013
  21. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Intrinsically motivated reinforcement learning in socio-economic systems: the dynamical analysis”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics (ICDL-EPIROB), pp. 1 – 2, Osaka, Japan, 2013
  22. Lubashevsky, I., Kanemoto, S., Zgonnikov, A., Miyazawa, T., Taniguchi, D. “Dynamical Traps and Balancing of Overdamped Pendulums: Virtual Experiments and Universal Properties of Human Control”, Proc. International Conference on Automatic Control, Soft Computing and Human-Machine Interaction, pp. 185 – 190, Morioka, Japan, 2013
  23. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Unstable dynamics of intrinsically motivated learning”, Proc. Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 3853 – 3857, Berlin, Germany, 2013
  24. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Modeling humans perception of their own actions: the dynamical traps approach”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 40 – 43, Tokyo, Japan, 2012
  25. Kanemoto, S., Lubashevsky, I., Zgonnikov, A., Miyazawa, T., Taniguchi, D. “Virtual stick balancing: statistical invariants of human response”, Proc. ISCIE International Symposium on Stochastic Systems Theory and Applications, pp. 215 – 218, Tokyo, Japan, 2012
  26. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I. “Choice oscillations caused by boredom effect in human learning model”, Proc. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 1785 – 1787, Seoul, Korea, 2012
  27. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I., Mozgovoy, M. “Dynamical trap effect in virtual stick balancing”, Proc. European Conference on Complex Systems, pp. 43 – 50, Brussels, Belgium, 2012
  28. Zgonnikov, A., Lubashevsky, I., Mozgovoy, M. “Computer simulation of stick balancing: action point analysis”, Proc. International Conference on Human-Centered Computer Environments, pp. 162 – 164, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, 2012