Generalized outcome-based strategy classification: comparing deterministic and probabilistic choice models.

@article{Hilbig2014GeneralizedOS,
  title={Generalized outcome-based strategy classification: comparing deterministic and probabilistic choice models.},
  author={Benjamin E. Hilbig and Morten Moshagen},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={
          1431-43
        }
}
Model comparisons are a vital tool for disentangling which of several strategies a decision maker may have used--that is, which cognitive processes may have governed observable choice behavior. However, previous methodological approaches have been limited to models (i.e., decision strategies) with deterministic choice rules. As such, psychologically plausible choice models--such as evidence-accumulation and connectionist models--that entail probabilistic choice predictions could not be… CONTINUE READING
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