Seeing at a glance, smelling in a whiff: rapid forms of perceptual decision making

@article{Uchida2006SeeingAA,
  title={Seeing at a glance, smelling in a whiff: rapid forms of perceptual decision making},
  author={Naoshige Uchida and Adam Kepecs and Zachary F. Mainen},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={485-491}
}
Uchida and colleagues consider integration of information for perceptual decision making, focusing on olfactory and visual systems. They argue that there are neural mechanisms that construct discrete sensory samples from a continuous input stream to facilitate important computational functions.AbstractIntuitively, decisions should always improve with more time for the accumulation of evidence, yet psychophysical data show a limit of 200–300 ms for many perceptual tasks. Here, we consider… CONTINUE READING
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