Data for \"Piercing of consciousness as a threshold crossing operation\"

Yul Hyoung Ryul Kang, Frederike H. Petzschner, Daniel M. Wolpert & Michael Neil Shadlen
Many decisions arise through an accumulation of evidence to a terminating threshold. The process, termed bounded evidence accumulation (or drift-diffusion), provides a unified account of decision speed and accuracy, and it is supported by neurophysiology in human and animal models. In many situations, a decision maker may not communicate a decision immediately and yet feel that at some point she had made up her mind. We hypothesized that this occurs when an accumulation of evidence...
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