Paper published on collapsing bounds

Ever wonder how time impacts the quality of your decisions? We just published a new paper that examines how information is integrated through time, and whether the influence of time can be stimulus-invariant in a perceptual decision making task. The major finding is that some decision processes depend intimately on the length of time that has elapsed, suggesting interesting temporal dynamics can sometimes underly decision making.

Current Version (preprint)

Supplementary Materials

Three New Ph.D. Students for the Fall!

As of this evening, three all-star students have committed to completing their Ph.D. research in the MbCN lab at The Ohio State University! The first is Woojong Yi, a masters student from Seoul National University. The second and third are Matthew Galdo and Fiona Molloy, both from The Ohio State University. All three are exceptionally talented with interests in computational modeling and neuroscience. Congrats!