New paper in Journal of Mathematical Psychology

Our first paper from the new lab – Audiovisual detection at various intensities and delays has been accepted into Journal of Mathematical Psychology

Chandrasekaran C, Gondan MG, Audiovisual detection at different intensities and delays, under revision for Journal of Mathematical Psychology, see biorxiv preprint (link).

In this paper, we modeled the accuracy (i.e., hit rate) and response times of monkeys performing a multisensory detection task at various intensities and delays. We found that the classical Wiener diffusion superposition model failed to describe the behavior of the monkeys but expanding this model to include a deadline could explain both the accuracy and RTs. This model outperformed other models we considered. If you are interested in this question, please look at the paper. A preprint is available on bioRxiv.


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