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The nature of the perceptual representation for decision making: Supplementary materials
Electrophysiological recordings show that any visual stimulus produces a response in a large population of differently tuned sensory neurons. However, it remains unclear how this population response is used to make perceptual decisions. Major theories, such as probabilistic population codes and neural sampling, assume that the population response can be flexibly used for decision making. However, another possibility is that decision-making circuits do not have access to the sensory populationdoi:10.1101/537068 fatcat:cs7pbqxs2bcpxhp3lreze2ghnq