10.1371/journal.pone.0098848.g003
Neil Garrett
Tali Sharot
Regression coefficients predicting update from estimation errors.
2014
Public Library of Science
neuroscience
cognitive science
Cognitive psychology
learning
reasoning
neuropsychology
psychology
Clinical psychology
Social psychology
Mental health and psychiatry
coefficients
predicting
estimation
2014-06-10 03:07:09
article
https://plos.figshare.com/articles/figure/_Regression_coefficients_predicting_update_from_estimation_errors_/1052254
<p>Estimation Error of <i>self</i> risk (i.e. the difference between a participants' estimate of self risk and provided base rate) significantly predicted update of self risk both for trials in which subjects received desirable and undesirable information, and under both classifications. Estimation Error of <i>base rate</i> (i.e. the difference between a participants' estimate of base rate and provided base rate) significantly predicted update of base rate both for trials in which participants received desirable and undesirable information, and under both classifications. Error bars are SEM; * indicates statistical significance at a threshold of P<0.05, two tailed paired sample t-test after controlling for relevant factors; ** indicates significantly different to a mean of 0, one sample t-test (P<0.05).</p>