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Variability in prior expectations explains biases in confidence reports

Confidence in a decision is defined statistically as the probability of that decision being correct. Humans, however, display systematic confidence biases, as has been exposed in various experiments. Here, we show that these biases vanish when taking...

Journal Title: BioRxiv Sep 9, 2017
Main Author: Tano, Pablo
Other Authors: Meyniel, Florent , Sigman, Mariano , Salles, Alejo
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: DOI: 10.1101/127399
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description: Confidence in a decision is defined statistically as the probability of that decision being correct. Humans, however, display systematic confidence biases, as has been exposed in various experiments. Here, we show that these biases vanish when taking...
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