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Plos One : Speed and Accuracy of Visual Motion Discrimination by Rats, Volume 8

By Arabzadeh, Ehsan

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Title: Plos One : Speed and Accuracy of Visual Motion Discrimination by Rats, Volume 8  
Author: Arabzadeh, Ehsan
Volume: Volume 8
Language: English
Subject: Journals, Science, Medical Science
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Publisher: Plos

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Description : Animals must continuously evaluate sensory information to select the preferable among possible actions in a given context, including the option to wait for more information before committing to another course of action. In experimental sensory decision tasks that replicate these features, reaction time distributions can be informative about the implicit rules by which animals determine when to commit and what to do. We measured reaction times of Long-Evans rats discriminating the direction of motion in a coherent random dot motion stimulus, using a self-paced two-alternative forced-choice (2-AFC) reaction time task. Our main findings are : (1) When motion strength was constant across trials, the error trials had shorter reaction times than correct trials: in other words, accuracy increased with response latency. (2) When motion strength was varied in randomly interleaved trials, accuracy increased with motion strength, whereas reaction time decreased. (3) Accuracy increased with reaction time for each motion strength considered separately, and in the interleaved motion strength experiment overall. (4) When stimulus duration was limited, accuracy improved with stimulus duration, whereas reaction time decreased. (5) Accuracy decreased with response latency after stimulus offset. This was the case for each stimulus duration considered separately, and in the interleaved duration experiment overall. We conclude that rats integrate visual evidence over time, but in this task the time of their response is governed more by elapsed time than by a criterion for sufficient evidence.

 

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