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Fig. 1

From: Neural mechanisms for learning self and other ownership

Fig. 1

Associative learning of self and other ownership. Participants performed an associative learning task where they learnt about pictures that belonged to themselves, their best friend, or to a stranger. Participants were presented with a fractal image and learnt by trial and error the ownership of the different fractals. We used an associative learning model to calculate parametric values of ownership associative strength (OAS) between picture and label at the time of the picture (the strength of ownership) and the size of the ownership prediction error (OPE) at the time of the outcome. Each fractal image was presented ten times in a pseudorandom order. There were eight pictures per each agent presented over two blocks to encourage learning while minimizing working memory load

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