What is the Evidence for Quantum Like Interference Effects in Perception?

  • J. R. Busemeyer
  • J. T. Townsend
  • J. S. Trueblood

Abstract

This paper examines the empirical evidence for interference effects in perceptual experiments. It also reviews the competing interpretation of the effects with respect to traditional cognitive models and new quantum cognition models. The conclusion is that better experiments with more conditions are needed to provide stronger empirical tests of the competing models.

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