Cost-sensitive Bayesian control policy in human active sensing

Abstract

An important but poorly understood aspect of sensory processing is the role of active sensing, the use of self-motion such as eye or head movements to focus sensing resources on the most rewarding or informative aspects of the sensory environment. Here, we present behavioral data from a visual search experiment, as well as a Bayesian model of within-trial… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00955

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