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From: Neural correlates of subjective timing precision and confidence

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(a) Decoding success rates for type of physical input (blue data) and subjective timing decisions (red data) as a function of the amount of information used for decoding. Information, beginning 100 ms before stimulation, is accumulatively added to decoding processes. Data are averaged across participants and expressed in proportion to numerical chance for each process (black horizontal line). Shaded regions depict +/−1 SEM. Note that decoding for both processes begins to rise above chance in tandem, ~100 ms post stimulation. (b) Correlations between the proportion of trials on which participants were ‘confident’ of their timing response, and individual TOJ function slope estimates. (c) Correlations between the proportion of Inputs correctly decoded from brain activity and individual TOJ function slope estimates. (d) Correlations between the proportion of timing decisions correctly decoded from brain activity and individual TOJ function slope estimates.

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