Dr Javier A Caballero (Honorary Research Associate)
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How do we navigate our lives? How can we tweak our choices to get better outcomes? Although current wisdom suggests that decision-making and learning are two sides of the same coin, their mechanics are still to be captured as an E = mc2. This is my search.
- Bayesian modelling of behaviour and neural correlates of decision-making and learning, at multiple levels of description.
- Funded by CONACyT
- Caballero JA, Humphries MD, Gurney KN (2015), Evidence for sub-optimality and large-scale recursion during decision formation in the macaque brain, Symposium on Biology of Decision Making.
- Caballero JA, Lepora NF, Gurney KN (2015), Probabilistic decision making with spikes: from ISI distributions to behaviour via information gain, PLoS ONE, 10(4):e0124787.
- Caballero JA, Gold JI, Ding L (2014), Variability of perceptual decision-related activity differs between the frontal eye field and caudate nucleus, 2014 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, Program No. 558.18/UU14. Online.
- Caballero JA, Lepora NF, Gurney KN, (2013), Decision-making out of neural events: from discrimination information to psychometric power laws, BMC Neuroscience, 14(Suppl 1):P153.
- Caballero JA (2012), Multi-alternative sequential analysis as a realistic model of biological decision-making, PhD thesis, The University of Sheffield, UK.
- Caballero JA, Lepora NL, Gurney KN (2011), Sequential tests and biologically grounded multi-alternative decision making, BMC Neuroscience, 12(Suppl 1):P137.
- Caballero JA, Gurney KN (2010), Optimal decision making with biologically realistic neural signals, BMC Neuroscience, 11(Suppl 1):P25.