Speeded categorization: the effects of perceptual processing and decision- making time

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The effects of limited processing time were investigated for the binary categorization of artificial multidimensional objects. Following Lamberts and Freeman (1999), in the first stage of the experiment participants learnt to categorize 9 stimuli into two categories. In the second stage, the same stimuli were presented for categorization, and both the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Welham2004SpeededCT, title={Speeded categorization: the effects of perceptual processing and decision- making time}, author={Alice K Welham}, year={2004} }