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Dynamic combination of sensory and reward information under time pressure

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More recent samples had a stronger influence on choice in Experiment 1 but not in Experiment 2.

The estimated weights of sample on choice are plotted as a function of time for Experiments 1 (A) and 2 (B), separately for different schedules. In Experiment 1, the influence of sensory evidence on choice dropped to zero on a timescale much shorter than the deadline in a given schedule. In Experiment 2, the most recent sensory evidence did not have the maximal influence on choice except in schedule 1.

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