New article: The impact of learning on perceptual decisions and its implication for speed-accuracy tradeoffs

June 2, 2020
Out latest work with the Puget and Mainen labs, and published today in Nature Communications, looks at how behavioral variability can be the consequence of suboptimal assumptions rather than genuine neuronal noise. Please find the article on the Publication page. For an easier summary, please check Champalimaud Foundation's AR Magazine article about it.