Bounded integration in parietal cortex underlies decisions even when viewing duration is dictated by the environment
JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE, pp. 3017.0-3029.0, 2008.
Decisions about sensory stimuli are often based on an accumulation of evidence in time. When subjects control stimulus duration, the decision terminates when the accumulated evidence reaches a criterion level. Under many natural circumstances and in many laboratory settings, the environment, rather than the subject, controls the stimulus ...More
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