A limited-capacity response process in absolute identification.

@article{Mori1989ALR,
  title={A limited-capacity response process in absolute identification.},
  author={Shuji Mori},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1989},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={167-73}
}
  • Shuji Mori
  • Published 1989 in Perception & psychophysics
In two absolute identification experiments, the dependency of the current response, Rn, on the immediately preceding stimulus, Sn-1, and response, Rn-1, was measured by means of multivariate information transmission (see McGill, 1954). In these experiments, the amount of stimulus information available to subjects, measured as the amount of information transmission from a current stimulus, Sn, to Rn, was manipulated. The magnitude of the dependency of Rn on Sn-1 and Rn-1 was inversely… CONTINUE READING

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