Speed and Accuracy of Visual Motion Discrimination by Rats

@inproceedings{Reinagel2013SpeedAA,
  title={Speed and Accuracy of Visual Motion Discrimination by Rats},
  author={Pamela Reinagel},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Animals must continuously evaluate sensory information to select the preferable among possible actions in a given context, including the option to wait for more information before committing to another course of action. In experimental sensory decision tasks that replicate these features, reaction time distributions can be informative about the implicit rules by which animals determine when to commit and what to do. We measured reaction times of Long-Evans rats discriminating the direction of… CONTINUE READING
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