Dissociating sensory from decision processes in human perceptual decision making

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Mostert, Pim; Kok, Peter; de Lange, Floris P.;

A key question within systems neuroscience is how the brain translates physical stimulation into a behavioral response: perceptual decision making. To answer this question, it is important to dissociate the neural activity underlying the encoding of sensory information ... View more
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