The effects of feedback in psychophysical tasks

  • DOMINIC W. MASSAROl
  • Published 2010

Abstract

Previous results of the reinforcement effects of feedback in psychophysical tasks have been interpreted as changes in the S's response bias in the uncertain sensory state. The present study varied the percentage of feedback in a two-alternative loud-soft recognition task. The values of the probability of correct feedback were 1, .8, .6, .4, .2, and O. The… (More)

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