Comparing exemplar-retrieval and decision-bound models of speeded perceptual classification.

@article{Nosofsky1997ComparingEA,
  title={Comparing exemplar-retrieval and decision-bound models of speeded perceptual classification.},
  author={Robert M. Nosofsky and Thomas J. Palmeri},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1997},
  volume={59 7},
  pages={1027-48}
}
The authors compared the exemplar-based random-walk (EBRW) model of Nosofsky and Palmeri (1997) and the decision-bound model (DBM) of Ashby and Maddox (1994; Maddox & Ashby, 1996) on their ability to predict performance in Garner's (1974) speeded classification tasks. A key question was the extent to which the models could predict facilitation in the correlated task and interference in the filtering task, in situations involving integral-dimension stimuli. To obtain rigorous constraints for… CONTINUE READING

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