Modelling the dynamics of perceptual discrimination with complex naturalistic stimuli

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Evidence accumulation models have been used to describe the cognitive processes underlying performance across a number of domains. Previous applications of these models have typically involved decisions about basic perceptual stimuli (e.g., motion discrimination). Applied perceptual domains, such as fingerprint discrimination, face recognition or medical image interpretation, however, require the ...


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