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Fig. 5

From: The mediodorsal pulvinar coordinates the macaque fronto-parietal network during rhythmic spatial attention

Fig. 5

Spike–LFP phase coupling demonstrates increased functional connectivity between mdPul and cortex during spatial attention. The top panel of each plot shows p-values, indicating whether spike–LFP phase coupling is statistically significant for each condition, cued (orange), or non-cued (blue). The bottom panel compares spike–LFP phase coupling between the two conditions (cued vs. non-cued). Panel a examines spike–LFP phase coupling between mdPul and FEF, panel b examines spike–LFP phase coupling between mdPul and LIP, and c examines spike–LFP phase coupling between FEF and LIP. These plots are based on data from all task-responsive neurons (see Supplementary Table 1). Shaded regions around the lines represent SEs

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