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From: The necessity to choose causes the effects of reward on saccade preparation

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Latency delays are caused by choice-trials. (a) Results of Experiment 2. Single-trial latency for the highly versus less rewarded target when saccade frequency is equated for both hemifields. Open markers denote individual data and filled markers denote the mean with 95% confidence intervals. Diagonal error bars represent the error of the differences between high and low reward and have to be compared to the identity line. (b) Results of Experiment 3. Single-trial latency towards the highly compared to the less rewarded target when the reward in choice-trials was congruent (orange circle), incongruent (purple square) or without choice-trials (black diamond).

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