Extended Data Fig. 2: Correlation estimates (Fisher’s z transformed) for the association between trial-by-trial memorability of correctly retrieved items and neural reinstatement in the ATL and PTL. | Nature Human Behaviour

Extended Data Fig. 2: Correlation estimates (Fisher’s z transformed) for the association between trial-by-trial memorability of correctly retrieved items and neural reinstatement in the ATL and PTL.

From: Memorability of words in arbitrary verbal associations modulates memory retrieval in the anterior temporal lobe

Extended Data Fig. 2

a, Data across participants in the ALT during the early retrieval time window. b, Data across participants in the ALT during the late retrieval time window. c, Data across participants in the PLT during the early retrieval time window. d, Data across participants in the PLT during the late retrieval time window. Each dot indicates a value from a single participant, with the whiskers indicating the within-participant standard error across trials. The dot sizes are weighted by the overall within-participant standard error, with a larger size indicating smaller variability. All data are sorted by participant-specific correlation estimates based on (a). The random-effect mean estimates (in red) and their standard errors (in green) across participants are marked at the bottom of each plot, which are identical to the bars shown in Fig. 6c.

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