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Fig. 5

From: Discrete and continuous mechanisms of temporal selection in rapid visual streams

Fig. 5

Evidence for late discrete selection: Late brain responses are sustained only for reported stimuli. a Classification performance as a function of time for target stimulus and nearby distractors for a classifier trained at 370 ms (colors and statistics are as in Fig. 4b). Colored dotted lines represent stimuli onsets. b Mean classification accuracy over a time period of 400–550 ms (as in Fig. 4c). c Effect of inter-target lag. Classification performance averaged over Guess 1 and 2 and over time (400–550 ms) as a function of inter-target lag. d Effect of report. Mean classification performance between 400 and 550 ms for stimuli reported as Guess 1, 2, 3, and unreported stimuli. The red dotted line represents chance. Asterisks represent results from signed rank tests (*P < 0.05; **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001, FDR corrected across conditions). For display purposes, data points were smoothed using a moving average with a window of three samples

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