Supplementary Figure 2: Analysis of mouse behavior in (invisible door) Door Stop task. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 2: Analysis of mouse behavior in (invisible door) Door Stop task.

From: Evidence for a subcircuit in medial entorhinal cortex representing elapsed time during immobility

Supplementary Figure 2

a. Behavioral epochs for Door Stop task. b. Mouse velocity across all correct and incorrect laps for mouse 1 (top) and mouse 2 (bottom). c. Mouse velocity on all correct trials where mouse waited 6-9 seconds before running at the Door Stop for mouse 1 (top) and mouse 2 (bottom). d. Same as b, but with high magnification for velocity. e. Mouse velocity for correct 6-9 second wait trials at Door Stop (grey) and mean across all trials (black) for mouse 1 (top) and mouse 2 (bottom). Purple dashed lines and arrows indicate transition period. f. Mouse velocity for all trials at Door Stop for mouse 1 (top) and mouse 2 (bottom).

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