Modeling violations of the race model inequality in bimodal paradigms: co-activation from decision and non-decision components

@inproceedings{Zehetleitner2015ModelingVO,
  title={Modeling violations of the race model inequality in bimodal paradigms: co-activation from decision and non-decision components},
  author={Michael Zehetleitner and Emil Ratko-Dehnert and Hermann J. M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
The redundant-signals paradigm (RSP) is designed to investigate response behavior in perceptual tasks in which response-relevant targets are defined by either one or two features, or modalities. The common finding is that responses are speeded for redundantly compared to singly defined targets. This redundant-signals effect (RSE) can be accounted for by race models if the response times do not violate the race model inequality (RMI). When there are violations of the RMI, race models are… CONTINUE READING
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