Data from: Non-monotonic temporal-weighting indicates a dynamically modulated evidence-integration mechanism

Zohar Z. Bronfman, Noam Brezis & Marius Usher
Perceptual decisions are thought to be mediated by a mechanism of sequential sampling and integration of noisy evidence whose temporal weighting profile affects the decision quality. To examine temporal weighting, participants were presented with two brightness-fluctuating disks for 1, 2 or 3 seconds and were requested to choose the overall brighter disk at the end of each trial. By employing a signal-perturbation method, which deploys across trials a set of systematically controlled temporal dispersions of...
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