Supplementary Figure 5: ID score change over time with respect to self or others. | Nature Neuroscience

Supplementary Figure 5: ID score change over time with respect to self or others.

From: Identity domains capture individual differences from across the behavioral repertoire

Supplementary Figure 5

ID stability during aging was tested by comparing the ID scores of individuals measured once juveniles (4-5 weeks old) and once more during adulthood (15-16 weeks old). Depicted here are change in ID scores relative to one’s own initial score versus relative to the scores of all other individuals (p-values are computed using a one-sided permutation test; n=32 individuals). Points in the shaded region represent greater individual changes, whereas points in the unshaded region represent changes that were larger relative to other individuals than to oneself.

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