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The International Brain Laboratory, Aguillon-Rodriguez V, Angelaki D, Bayer H, Bonacchi N, Carandini M, Cazettes F, Chapuis G, Churchland AK, Dan Y, Dewitt E, Faulkner M, Forrest H, Haetzel L, Häusser M, Hofer SB, Hu F, Khanal A, Krasniak C, Laranjeira I, Mainen ZF, Meijer G, Miska NJ, Mrsic-Flogel TD, Murakami M, Noel J-P, Pan-Vazquez A, Rossant C, Sanders J, Socha K, Terry R, Urai AE, Vergara H, Wells M, Wilson CJ, Witten IB, Wool LE, Zador AM. 2021. Standardized and reproducible measurement of decision-making in mice. eLife 10:e63711. doi: 10.7554/eLife.63711.

Published 20 May 2021

After publication, we realized that the text incorrectly described the quiescent period as 200-500 ms in length, whereas the mice actually experienced a quiescent period of 400-700 ms.

This error neither affects the results nor the conclusions of the article but should be corrected in order to ensure the exact replicability of the experimental design. We regret this inaccuracy and have corrected the manuscript as described below.

We have corrected the text by replacing the duration of quiescent period with the accurate duration in the two locations where it was described:

Corrected text (in Results section):

“Trials began after the mouse held the wheel still for 0.4–0.7 s”

Original text:

“Trials began after the mouse held the wheel still for 0.2–0.5 s”

Corrected text (in Materials and methods subsection, “Habituation, training and experimental protocol”):

"At the beginning of each trial, the mouse was required to not move the wheel for a quiescence period of 400–700ms (randomly drawn from an exponential distribution with a mean of 550ms).

Original text:

“At the beginning of each trial, the mouse was required to not move the wheel for a quiescence period of 200–500ms (randomly drawn from an exponential distribution with a mean of 350ms).”

The article has been corrected accordingly.

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  1. International Brain Laboratory

  2. Valeria Aguillon

  3. Niccolo Bonacchi

  4. Gaelle Chapuis

  5. Eric Dewitt

  6. Mayo Faulkner

  7. Hamish Forrest

  8. Laura Haetzel

  9. Sonja B Hofer

  10. Christopher Krasniak

  11. Ines Laranjeira

  12. Guido Meijer

  13. Nathaniel Miska

  14. Thomas D Mrsic-Flogel

  15. Masayoshi Murakami

  16. Alejandro Pan-Vazquez

  17. Cyrille Rossant

  18. Joshua Sanders

  19. Karolina Socha

  20. Rebecca Terry

  21. Hernando Vergara

  22. Miles Wells

  23. Christian Wilson

  24. Anthony M Zador

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  1. Version of Record published: October 27, 2022 (version 1)

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© 2022, Aguillon et al.

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  1. International Brain Laboratory
  2. Valeria Aguillon
  3. Dora E Angelaki
  4. Hannah Bayer
  5. Niccolo Bonacchi
  6. Matteo Carandini
  7. Fanny Cazettes
  8. Gaelle Chapuis
  9. Anne K Churchland
  10. Yang Dan
  11. Eric Dewitt
  12. Mayo Faulkner
  13. Hamish Forrest
  14. Laura Haetzel
  15. Michael Häusser
  16. Sonja B Hofer
  17. Fei Hu
  18. Anup Khanal
  19. Christopher Krasniak
  20. Ines Laranjeira
  21. Zachary F Mainen
  22. Guido Meijer
  23. Nathaniel Miska
  24. Thomas D Mrsic-Flogel
  25. Masayoshi Murakami
  26. Jean-Paul Noel
  27. Alejandro Pan-Vazquez
  28. Cyrille Rossant
  29. Joshua Sanders
  30. Karolina Socha
  31. Rebecca Terry
  32. Anne E Urai
  33. Hernando Vergara
  34. Miles Wells
  35. Christian Wilson
  36. Ilana B Witten
  37. Lauren Wool
  38. Anthony M Zador
(2022)
Correction: Standardized and reproducible measurement of decision-making in mice
eLife 11:e84310.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.84310