Figure 11—figure supplement 1. | Uncertainty leads to persistent effects on reach representations in dorsal premotor cortex

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Uncertainty leads to persistent effects on reach representations in dorsal premotor cortex

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McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University, United States; Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, United States; Northwestern University, United States
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(A) Example distribution of peak reach speed for high and low uncertainty conditions. (B) Distribution of peak speeds for same session as in A, subsampled to reverse the condition-dependent difference. (C) Plot showing the difference in average peak speed between low and high uncertainty conditions for the full and reverse-sampled datasets. (D) Thin lines indicate the average difference in firing rate between high and low uncertainty conditions for an individal session, subsampled to reverse the trend of peak speed. Heavy lines mark the mean across sessions. (E) Example distribution of reaction time for high and low uncertainty conditions. (F) Distribution of reaction times for same session as E, subsampled to reverse the condition-dependent difference. (G) Plot showing the difference in average reaction time between low and high uncertainty conditions for the full and reverse-sampled datasets. (H) Same as in D. Average differences in peak speed and reaction time cannot explain the neural effect.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.14316.016