publication . Doctoral thesis . 2019

Similarity-based processes in human multiple-cue judgment : evidence from brain imaging and cognitive modelling

Stillesjö, Sara;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2019
  • Publisher: Umeå universitet, Institutionen för integrativ medicinsk biologi (IMB)
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
Background: We often make judgments that require the consideration of several sources of information. For example, a teacher that grades a student´s exam question often integrates multiple sources of information (cues: details provided in the answer) into a single criterion dimension (the grade). This is an example of a multiple-cue judgment: a continuous estimate based on multiple cues. One common idea in the literature is that people often utilize different memory representations during this kind of judgment process. People sometimes rely on rules, where they weigh the impact of different cues together in an additive linear way. At other times, people focus on...
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free text keywords: multiple-cue judgment, similarity-based, rule-based, exemplar-based model, fMRI, cognitive modelling, Neurosciences, Neurovetenskaper
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