Human Reinforcement Learning of Sequential Action

@inproceedings{Kachergis2016HumanRL,
  title={Human Reinforcement Learning of Sequential Action},
  author={George Kachergis and Floris Berends and Roy De Kleijn and Bernhard Hommel},
  booktitle={CogSci},
  year={2016}
}
Learning sequential actions is an essential human ability, for most daily activities are sequential. We modify the serial reaction time (SRT) task, originally used to teach people a consistent sequence of button presses by cueing them with the next target response, to record mouse movements, collecting continuous response trajectories. Further, we introduce a reinforcement learning version of the paradigm in which the next target is not cued. Instead, learners must explore response alternatives… CONTINUE READING

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