Supplementary Figure 1: Reaction time as a function of stimulus noise. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 1: Reaction time as a function of stimulus noise.

From: Adults with autism overestimate the volatility of the sensory environment

Supplementary Figure 1

Collapsing across the three levels of expectedness, the non-significant stimulus noise*group interaction indicates that the linear relationship between noise and RT was equivalent in both groups (ASD, n=24; NT, n=25). See main text for supporting statistics. ASD, autism spectrum disorder. NT, neurotypical. RT, reaction time. Data points represent individual participants, red lines indicate the mean, shaded regions and error bars show 95% confidence intervals and 1 standard deviation of the mean for each condition and group. H=high noise, M=medium noise and N=no noise

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