Figure 1—figure supplement 1. | Testing sensory evidence against mnemonic templates

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Testing sensory evidence against mnemonic templates

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University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Ernst Strüngmann Institute for Neuroscience, Germany; Ecole Normale Supérieure, France
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Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 1—figure supplement 1. Reaction Time Distribution and Effects of Target Proximity.

(A) Distribution of reaction time frequencies (as a proportion of all responses), from stimulus onset (collapsing over hits and false alarms). Beginning around 400 ms after stimulus onset, response frequency rises rapidly up to approximately 550 ms, after which responses slowly taper off. (B) Target proximity (absolute angular distance between the stimulus and template angles) does not affect reaction time (F3,27 = 1.036, p = 0.393).