Information integration in sequential visual decision-making.

  title={Information integration in sequential visual decision-making.},
  author={J{\'o}zsef Arat{\'o} and J{\'o}zsef Fiser},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={15 12},
Although it is widely accepted that both summary statistics and salient patterns affect human decision making based on temporally varying visual input, the relative contributions and the exact nature of how these aspects determine human judgment are unclear and controversial, often discussed under the labels of priming, adaptation, or serial effects. To tease apart the role of the various factors influencing such decision making tasks, we conducted a series of 7 adult behavioral experiments. We… CONTINUE READING

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