New paper published in Computational Brain & Behavior

T. Bose, F. Bottom, A. Reina & J.A.R.Marshall, (2019) Frequency-Sensitivity and Magnitude-Sensitivity in Decision-Making: Predictions of a Theoretical Model-Based Study. Computational Brain & Behavior (Online First).

In this paper we study how decisions can be affected by varying frequencies and magnitudes of a perceptual stimulus in a simulated binary choice task. As a result we find that reaction time distributions may resemble the periodicity of the external stimulus. The article is fully open access.