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From: Representations of time in human frontoparietal cortex

Fig. 1

Stimulus sequence and task performances. a Stimulus sequence. In each trial, two visual stimuli (Gabor patches) and a response cue were sequentially presented. In the functional localizer scans, the participants performed the orientation discrimination task or the duration discrimination task according to the instruction cue presented in every 4 trials. In the main scans, the participants performed only the duration discrimination task. A response was made in every trial during the response period cued by a red fixation point. b Task performance in the localizer scans. Proportions of correct responses are plotted as a function of stimulus duration (left, duration task) and stimulus orientation (right, orientation task). c Task performance in the main scans. Proportions of correct responses in the duration task are plotted as a function of stimulus duration. Gray circles on the bar graphs indicate individual data. Error bars indicate standard errors of the mean