It is clear we learn to expect what is probable, but does that knowledge impact on the precision of our perceptual judgements - do we become more precise in our reports of the probable range of feature space? Or do we just develop a bias to respond more quickly?

These are some of the questions that Syaheed is working to address, and which are treated in his paper recently accepted for publication at the Journal of Experimental Psychology:Human Perception & Performance.

We welcome your comments on this work.