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|Title:||Partially Coherent Quantum Models for Human Two-Choice Decisions|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the Second Quantum Interaction Symposium (QI-2008), 2008 / D. Bruza, W. Lawless, K. Van Rijsbergen, D. A. Sofge, B. Coeke, & S. Clark (eds.): pp. 75-82|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Conference Name:||QI-2008 (2nd : 2008 : Oxford, UK)|
|Ian G. Fuss and Daniel J. Navarro|
|Abstract:||Psychological models for two-choice decision tasks typically model the probability that a particular response is made at time t via the first-passage time to an absorbing boundary for some stochastic process. In contrast to the most commonly used models which use classical random walks for the underlying process, a recent paper by Busemeyer, Wang, & Townsend (2006) proposed that quantum walks may provide an interesting alternative. In this paper, we extend this work by introducing a class of partially-coherent quantum walk models that can be applied to human two-choice tasks. The models trace out a path from quantum to classical models, preserving some of the desirable features of both. We discuss the properties of these models, and the potential implications for modeling simple decisions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology publications|
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