A Connectionist Model of Categorization Response Times
Although perceptual categorisation has been studied extensively in psychology, response times in categorisation tasks have only recently become an important research topic (e.g., [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]). In this article, we propose a connectionist model of categorisation RT, called CONCAT, which aims to provide a joint account of response times and choice proportions in binary classification tasks. First, we outline the basic principles of the model. Next, we present a perceptual categorisation experiment and apply CONCAT to the results.
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