Sequential Sampling Models for Cognitive and Perceptual Decision Making

Organizer: Richard Shiffrin, Indiana University

Abstract

In the Berlin Cognitive Science meetings there was a brief session titled 'Sequential Sampling Models' (session 42) that attracted enormous interest: The room was packed and overflowed by a considerable amount, and both speakers and audience members felt there was much more to be presented and discussed than the few speakers and talks could allow. Quite a few people present agreed that this topic needed a more thorough treatment in the next Cognitive Science Society meetings in Quebec City. The ensuing discussions led to an agreement that the currency, importance, and breadth of the topic required more time than a regular symposium would make possible. Thus we propose an all day workshop on this topic to be held at the Quebec City meetings.

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