Uncovering mental representations with Markov chain Monte Carlo

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Sanborn, Adam N.; Griffiths, Thomas L.; Shiffrin, Richard M.;

A key challenge for cognitive psychology is the investigation of mental representations, such as object categories, subjective probabilities, choice utilities, and memory traces. In many cases, these representations can be expressed as a non-negative function defined ov... View more
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