The pigeon as particle filter

@inproceedings{Daw2007ThePA,
  title={The pigeon as particle filter},
  author={Nathaniel D. Daw},
  year={2007}
}
Although theorists have interpreted classical conditioning as a laboratory model of Bayesian belief updating, a recent reanalysis showed that the key features that theoretical models capture about learning are artifacts of averaging over subjects. Rather than learning smoothly to asymptote (reflecting, according to Bayesian models, the gradual tradeoff from prior to posterior as data accumulate), subjects learn suddenly and their predictions fluctuate perpetually. We suggest that abrupt and… CONTINUE READING
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