Revisiting the evidence for collapsing boundaries and urgency signals in perceptual decision-making.

@article{Hawkins2015RevisitingTE,
  title={Revisiting the evidence for collapsing boundaries and urgency signals in perceptual decision-making.},
  author={Guy Hawkins and Birte U. Forstmann and Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Roger Ratcliff and Scott D. Brown},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={2476-84}
}
For nearly 50 years, the dominant account of decision-making holds that noisy information is accumulated until a fixed threshold is crossed. This account has been tested extensively against behavioral and neurophysiological data for decisions about consumer goods, perceptual stimuli, eyewitness testimony, memories, and dozens of other paradigms, with no systematic misfit between model and data. Recently, the standard model has been challenged by alternative accounts that assume that less… CONTINUE READING
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