Supplementary Figure 3 : Memory reactivation scores

From: An electroconvulsive therapy procedure impairs reconsolidation of episodic memories in humans

Supplementary Figure 3

All groups showed evidence of memory reactivation, i.e., memory performance at reactivation was above chance level as indexed by the memory reactivation score (one-sample t-test across all groups, (t(36) = 7.53, P < 0.001), and groups did not differ in memory reactivation scores (y-axis; Kruskal-Wallis for group (A,B,C), H(2) = 1.77, P = 0.412; group A (red) mean: 3.08, s.e.m.: 0.35; group B (blue): mean: 2.62, s.e.m.: 0.96; group C (orange) mean: 3.23; s.e.m.: 1.24). Therefore, the observed between-group differences in reactivated memories are not due to differences in strength of memory reactivation, and adequate memory reactivation principally allows the initiation of a reconsolidation process. Dashed line indicates chance level (25%), error bars depict s.e.m.