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Suboptimality in perceptual decision making and beyond

  • Hilary C. Barth (a1), Sara Cordes (a2) and Andrea L. Patalano (a1)

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We concur with the authors’ overall approach and suggest that their analysis should be taken even further. First, the same points apply to areas beyond perceptual decision making. Second, the same points apply beyond issues of optimality versus suboptimality.

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Suboptimality in perceptual decision making and beyond

  • Hilary C. Barth (a1), Sara Cordes (a2) and Andrea L. Patalano (a1)

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