Manipulating decision processes in the human scalar timing system.

@article{Wearden2003ManipulatingDP,
  title={Manipulating decision processes in the human scalar timing system.},
  author={J. Wearden and Rachel Grindrod},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  year={2003},
  volume={61 1-2},
  pages={47-56}
}
Two experiments attempted to manipulate the decision processes used in a temporal generalisation task with humans. In Experiment 1, payoffs (points awarded or deducted) were used to try to alter behaviour when the standard duration was 400ms, and the comparison durations ranged from 100 to 700ms in 100ms steps. Two conditions which either encouraged or discouraged the subject to identify a comparison duration as the standard were compared with a neutral condition. Encouraging identifications of… CONTINUE READING

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