Timescales of Evidence Evaluation for Decision Making and Associated Confidence Judgments Are Adapted to Task Demands

Rashed Harun
Rashed Harun
Elizabeth Jun
Elizabeth Jun
Heui Hye Park
Heui Hye Park
Preetham Ganupuru
Preetham Ganupuru
Adam B Goldring
Adam B Goldring

FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE, pp. 8262020.

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Decision making often involves choosing actions based on relevant evidence. This can benefit from focussing evidence evaluation on the timescale of greatest relevance based on the situation. Here, we use an auditory change detection task to determine how people adjust their timescale of evidence evaluation depending on task demands for de...More

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