The inclusion of response times within a stochastic description of the learning behavior of individual subjects
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A stochastic process applicable to the learning behavior of an individual subject is discussed. The process describes both the response times and the sequence of choices obtained from a situation involving two alternatives. Parameter estimates and techniques for assessing goodness of fit are considered.
KeywordsResponse Time Parameter Estimate Stochastic Process Public Policy Statistical Theory
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